Sleeping on the fold-out with JMan president all manner of challenges. One is I needed to keep rolling back to my side as we both ended up in middle due to the acute incline of the couch halves. The other was/is he clearly needs a lesson in hip checking as a means of silencing my snoring. At one point he practically launched me off the couch. However, he achieved his desired results. Needless to say it was another shy night sleeping in not the woods.
All the comforts of home, just add boiling water and a sharp knife for the extra sharp cheese.
As GMan had homework we needed to pack up and head south.
Subu all ready to go while boys get in a last sit on our cabins porch.
In case you are wondering here’s the interior of our cabin. It has everything you need with the exception of indoor plumbing, AC, cable, WiFi, refrigerator, microwave, oven, toaster, heat and a few other odds and ends! But, it sure beats laying on the ground in a tent.
This is what the lake looks like when the suns out. It looks much better in person.
This is the intersection of Slang Road and West Main Street. I can only hope that Main Street has more going for it. Not unlike something you’d find in the mid west but here it is in Vergennes VT.
This reminds me of driving around Ireland years ago. However, most of the Irish roads were paved but getting stuck behind a tractor was part of driving. Of course this was only beaten by having to back up for 1/2 mile to find a gap big enough to get 1/4 your car in so the CIE bus full of American tourists could squeeze by….good times.
The rest of the trip was quite boring as we made our way across to 89 and it was all highway all the way.
All in all is was a short but sweet glamping trip. Not sure I’ll go back to Button Bay State Campgrounds for reasons mentioned before, but incase you missed it, camping is about being in the woods, and trees are in scarce supply at this campgrounds. However, it’s a great family campgrounds, that’s clean, well maintained and has a pool.