We just got back from 10 days of vacation in our new (to us) camper. We went from Grand Rapids to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario to North Bay, Ontario to Alfred-Plantagenet, Ontario to our friend's house in Woolwich, ME (then back home through Buffalo, NY after a visit to the in-laws).
1.) Getting to Canadian border in the U.P. and thinking we didn't have the kid's birth certificates.
2.) Paying $1 for five minutes of showering.
3.) Being the only people not speaking French at a campground. Parlez vous Francais? Non.
4.) Getting an ear infection (me) and having to go to an urgent care clinic in New York.
5.) Seeing a moose pooping warning sign. Still not sure if that was for real.
So the books I read (or listened to) were:
#58 "Ten Minutes From Home" by Beth Greenfield.
#59 "Girl From Foreign" by Sadia Shepard
#60 "The Good Life" by Jay Mcinerney.
#61 "Middlesex" by Jeffrey Eugenides
#62 "Didn't I Feed You Yesterday" by Laura
I really liked "Girl From Foreign" and "Middlesex". I hated "The Good Life" but finished it because I was desperate for something to listen to on the drive.
And now I am reading "The One That I Want" by Allison Winn Scotch.
Now that I updated you, I am going to return to my Vicodin haze.