Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Follow the yellow rope road.....follow, follow....



Once again W/we were on the road again, one that had mixed feelings for Me... It was a trip that somehow wasn't suppose to happen this year, after last year's poor weather and other things W/we had decided that W/we weren't going to the 2005 DSSG S/mer camp, but somehow by March W/we had sent O/our money to secure a place. The only difference from the previous years would be another person would be joining U/us on this trip of over 1,000kms....

The first hurdle would be trying to fit all the things that people wanted to bring into a car that was build for half the equipment to be placed in it... While littleone and I were in Vermont a couple of weeks ago I purchased a roof bag for the roof rack and I am so glad I did or W/we would never have gotten all things in the station wagon...

After the wagon was packed and tied down ( even the car got into the BDSM mode ) W/we hit the road towards O/our first stop on the trip to Kingston, Ontario. The time past fast with everyone talking about the weekend wishes and hopes. After the 3 hour drive to Kingston W/we arrived at the hotel to be greeted with the hotel sign saying it had free Internet High Speed in every room, boy did My heart ache as I decided to leave My laptop back at the condo. The next step was to unload the electric cooler and things for the night in the room then it was to head out to Kingston downtown, but first W/we headed for littleone's parent's old home and to let her have some good memories again, since this trip I had promised her it was going to be her time to enjoy herself knot like in the past trips where she had lost out on lots of things. Once the tears of happiness had gone from her eyes W/we headed for downtown once again only to have another detour to Sir John A. Macdonald's first house, "Bellevue". It was a lovely place to visit and I could see some lovely places that I could have used for some BDSM play if I had lived there....

After the tour, we headed for Downtown Kingston for some food and some more sightseeing. W/we found a nice place for supper, the Kingston Brewing Company and if you every go to Kingston I would recommend it and ask for Kelly B not Kelly A or Kelly C but for Kelly B as she was a good server.

Once supper was over W/we headed for the tourist area where I purchased a Kingston hat and lost it just as fast although I do think it was one of the ghosts that followed U/us on the Kingston's Haunted Walk tour. I thought I wasn't going to last the walk as I had developed a heel spur the day before, but after walking all around Kingston the heel spur has gone totally away which I am very thankful for....

Next day, W/we hit the 401 once again for the next 10 hours of driving to the camp. During the drive around Toronto via the 407 My left arm started to tingle and further on I started to sweat not wishing to panic everyone that I might be having a ACS attack, I kept going on until Brantford where W/we stopped for lunch and I went to the bathroom to take a puff of Nitro just as precaution but I didn't feel like having lunch. I decided to let littleone drive the last several kms to the campsite. By the time W/we arrived the tingling was still there but no ACS pains so it was off to unpacking the Taurus and give the shocks a change to recover.

The Turkey Point campsite had changed for the good with a new community center, but the weather had stayed the same as W/we rushed to get the site set-up just before the heavy rain storm started and that was going to be the way of the weekend rain then sunshine and no air. All in all, I didn't mind the weather too much except for the dampness in the tent and I don't mean littleone.

Over the weekend, I did get the pleasure and fun to play with littleone several times although I didn't get around to play with some of the things I thought I might get to, like doing some anal play ( a somewhat hard limit ) however I did get the chance after 3 years of trying to stake littleone out on her air mattress in O/our campsite for all that past to see and make comments and Oh how littleone loved that one even with the clothes pins all over her body. Later that evening and having waiting for the thunderstorm and the long waiting list to finish I then took littleone over to the large play tent to give her a sound flogging and boy did W/we, I even finally got to mark her something I haven't really been able to do for the past 4 years. W/we went back to the campsite to find there was no campfire going something that had be promised, so it was off to bed....

Sunday morning came all to quickly and it was time to get the camping equipment back in the car only this time it was all wet from the rain and the morning dew.

It was decided to drive halfway back home and then see if Wwe would stay overnight or drive straight home. W/we made it back to Kingston so I said W/we would check out the prices of a Downtown Kingston hotel, buy another hat to replace the one that ghost had stolen earlier, have a cup of coffee and a snack and make up O/our minds about staying over, something I really didn't want to do as I was broke and didn't wish to pay for another hotel room stay. Everyone seemed to want to get home so it was back on the road with littleone to drive to Cornwall. Once back on the road I finally showed littleone to adjust the driver's seat to fit her better something I have tried to get her to do long before this, but since she drives her little red Honda she finds the Taurus wagon a bit too big to handle although she does a wonder job when I allow her to get behind the wheel, something I really should do more of...

All in all, the weekend went very well although I am sure that My fellow campers felt my mood of maintaining control to see that littleone had a good time... Although I did have a good time camping and I will miss Hulmet's wonderful beef supper ( Helmet is one of the DSSG's camp members that works hard of making the weekend a great place and He cooks a couple of 75lbs side of beef over an all day open-pit fire ) W/we are not going back there next year, but hopefully W/we will be allowed to attend the Vermont WITW weekend...

And finally but knot the last, I am very proud of the job My littleone did over the weekend I couldn't have asked for a better job!!


Sir, proud owner of morningstar

1 comment:

littleone said...

WOW Sir !!!! You did a terrific job documenting the weekend !!! It even made me laugh at points...
You did an excellent job too Sir keeping everyone on track and making sure i did indeed have a wonderful weekend ! :)