The boat ramp was busy with trucks and boat trailers and the parking lot was filled up fast. The weather was just gorgeous, perfect for boating/fishing.
We dropped off a package at Horseshoe Beach Post Office, then went to the marina to use its wifi to check our emails, news, etc. There was an osprey on a mast, but it was too far away for me to get a sharp shot. There were still lots of pelicans hanging around.
Since the weather was beautiful we spent time sitting outside. I did not stay out long because I went back to the marina to finish the post for our travel blog. When I got back to the campground Erwin was not sitting outside. He was inside! I asked him why. “Gnats and bugs”, he complained.
The sky turned overcast quickly, blocking the sun from shining through. I was hoping the sky would clear up a bit because I wanted to get the last picture of the sunset. We are checking out of here tomorrow.
The afternoon was quiet for us with Erwin reading Stuart Woods paperback and I editing pictures, making travel notes and coloring a page.
I looked out the window and thought that maybe I could get a picture of the sunset. There was empty space between the clouds and the horizon. I went to the dead end park and was surprised that I was the only one there.
Later on few vehicles came by, but did not stay for the sunset. A guy in a golf cart with two daschund dogs stopped by and talking, but I had to tell him I did not understand. However, he started to talk slowly and plainly and said “I think the sun will come down”. He nodded and smiled, then left. I was not too sure about the sun coming down.
Patience paid off when the sun finally peeked out of the clouds. I snapped quite a lot of pictures, hoped for few best ones. I was disappointed that the civil colors did not happen few minutes after the sunset.
When I got back from photoshooting Erwin had supper ready. We had meatloaf leftovers along with baked potatoes and vegetable medley.