Rainy S-RV Weekend At Harrison Bay State Park

We had a great weekend at Harrison Bay State Park, even if the rains did move in and create that wonderful wet dog smell in the S-RV.

Landon pulls off a serious pose (and was watching ducks).

Landon pulls off a serious pose (and was watching ducks).

The rains did move into the area Sunday morning and we were drenched. We had a steady downpour all day Sunday and through Sunday night. If you want to see some of the visitors to our campsite and some other lake scenes, Hu-Dad shared those over on his photography page.

Fortunately, the rains broke for a few hours Monday morning. We were able to get out and burn off some of that excess Siberian Husky energy – and let Landon post for some pictures on a picnic table.

Landon shows off Harrison Bay State Park.

Landon shows off Harrison Bay State Park.


  1. Juno's mom on April 24, 2018 at 7:47 pm

    Soggy time of year. The different scents to them are like a change of scenery to us. I’d bet they enjoyed the escape.

  2. Dave Lukosik on April 24, 2018 at 8:37 am

    Landon says “Hu-Dad, Next time let’s go to Crabtree Fall Campground near Little Switzerland, NC(MP 334) on the Blue Ridge Parkway. We could visit those “Husky Haven” Siberians and Wildacres Retreat too!”

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