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The dark side of camping

July 8th, 2009

Our first night in Mobi was Tuesday night, at the riverfront campground on the edge of Heidelberg. We were exhausted and ready for sleep. We closed up tight and pulled every curtain shut.  When we laid down, it was blissfully dark.

A gentle rain lulled us quickly asleep.

And we didn’t wake up until 11:30 the next morning. Two-thirds of the campers had left, and we didn’t hear a thing. When you are on vacation, and don’t wear a watch and don’t care what day of the week it is,and there are no noisy campers near you – or sirens, or honking cars, no street cars, and the inside of your baby motorhome is very dark, sleep comes easy.

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