It's been a long, long week. We can't even tell you. One week ago, Kathy was driving south to pick William up for some time at Camp Sharktooth; David was nursing an allergy or cold. That was only the start. Thursday, David had lunch with his brother Laird and nephew Isaac with the cold manifesting itself slightly more. But Isaac sowed enough doubt in David's mind that David decided to get a Covid test. Problem was, Kathy had the Jeep, and David was stranded until Kathy and William arrived on Friday. Kathy and William arrived, and David was off for a test. Unfortunately, on Sunday morning, it came back positive, and we had to terminate Camp Sharktooth early. Being asymptomatic, Kathy got elected to (once again) drive William home.
From Sunday evening until today, Wednesday, August 25, 2021, we waited out David's light case of Covid. Kathy got tested (as it turned out, she was negative), with symptoms slowly getting better.
This morning, David felt nearly 100%, so we decided to celebrate with a couple of light hikes in the area near our campground.
LAKE CANANDARAGO OVERLOOK LOOP
Our first walk was a short, 1.2 mile loop in the Fetterly Forest to an overlook with a view of Lake Canandarago.
It was a short hike back around the pond and then to our Jeep in its parking area. We returned to our campground in time for lunch and an opportunity to learn that Kathy's Covid test was negative!
Yay! We're living to fight another day. Now, if our relatives can get through their own infections due to exposures to us, our guilt will pass and our happiness return and we can bring you more adventures along our way.