So... with the weather warming up ... almost summer like... our minds turn to camping. BUT as you all know - thanks to covid we're not actually allowed to camp - unless we can camp for 14 days straight. We can however go up every day to 'maintain' our property......... return home at night and go back the next day. How crazy is that?? I have been busy lobbying our Premier and our health unit (cause apparently our health unit can override the Premier) to loosen those restrictions.......... we promise to self isolate and not shop in town.
I had posted a 'thing' on FB about my frustrations with the restrictions..... and was contacted by a friend from the campsite who told me - our owners are not enforcing the new restrictions - apparently we CAN sleep over - as long as we don't announce it. (mmmmmm is this considered announcing it??) I know Sir Steve was frustrated last Monday cause someone he works with has a site at the same campgrounds and he told Sir Steve his family stayed up last weekend.... slept over!
Soooooooo right now we're in a quandary.... do we ignore the restrictions and stay up - or do we continue to be 'goody two shoes' and come home every night? This weekend - today - we're just gonna go up and open up the trailer....... and clean clean clean.... and set up. It's a big job opening......... we leave bins and bins of dishes and miscellaneous equipment stacked in the lil one's room. We have piles of linens to bring up.
And bins of cleaning fluids/paper products/ and anything everything that won't survive the winter in the unheated trailer.
We'll come home tonite ............ we have some serious thinking to do cause next weekend is a long weekend - the official start to camping season/summer. Do we stay or do we not? After over a year of following the rules (all the while watching everyone else breaking them) do we rebel?