After our scenic drive around the coast to Canso, on arriving at the campground, we stopped at the office and picked up a bucket of wood. Expecting a clear evening, it would be the perfect time to sit outside and have a campfire take away the first vestiges of the Fall chill. We got it fired up just before sunset, so we would have some nice coals generating heat once the sun went down.
While I’m playing with the camera, after getting the fire started, here is Judi making like she is swilling my beer. Fortunately she hasn’t touched a hopped beverage in 35 years, so I’m confident she won’t start now – keep that shutter clicking, the beer is safe.
Didn’t have any clouds today to extenuate the colours of the setting sun, so used the tree to diffuse the sun with the fire in the foreground.
This is the view from our site, fortunately we don’t have a neighbour as we are taking up most of the next site. It also made it much easier getting out the next morning. If we had a neighbour I would have been backing out, as the other side of the road is a steep hill.