Sandy, Heather and Lynn decided that they would stay behind today. The rest of us geared up and hit the road about 10:00 AM. Al led us out of town on County 1 following the south shore of Colpoy's Bay. Rather than stick to the shore all the way, we turned inland and took a shortcut over the headland, giving us a spectacular view as we descended the other side.
The first stop was at the Kemble Women's Institute Overlook. This commemorates the oldest active women's institute in the world, established in 1897 by a group of local ladies.
We were back at the campground by 3:30. There was a visiting time until the supper Lynn had prepared was ready. The Waterloo Wings have a tradition of members cooking supper and splitting the cost, which invariably ends up coming to $7.00. Today, we had Sloppy Joe's on very fresh buns and several salads. It was very tasty. I enjoyed talking to Al about wells, Wings and work (former for both of us).
As the sun set, Al and Marion left for home and we felt the chill air of a September evening fall over us. This is a great group of people and we are very thankful they allowed us to share their weekend. With the trip home tomorrow, we turned in fairly early.
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