Yes I need to remind myself that I was the only one NOT packing down a soggy tent at that reunion.
I was the only one in a camper.
Guess I was just bummed out having to wait all yr and then it rained on my weekend out. Being as it was a family reunion I was not in my camper drinking coffee or hot cocoa. (sounds relaxing though). I was outside in the rain with the others and at the camp shelter in the damp cold visiting with the relatives.
The whole clan knows if they need anything I will probably have it in my camper. I carry extra bedding, chairs, pillows, etc just in case someone needs it. Not much room for people in the camper when raining. Guess I need to think about cutting down on the extras so PEOPLE can actually fit in the camper At least grandson and his parents fit on the rear bed good enough to get out of the rain.
Yep, I am thankful for a camper.
I did not have to go elsewhere to sleep but the grandson and parents did. Hayden is only 13 months old, and grandma wanted to be sure he was warm.
They all went fishing after we got home, and I unpacked . Something seemed a little wrong with that picture. However, I brought all the food so all they had was a soggy tent and a few clothes to deal with. I had to clean the camper, and get it ready for another outing. Maybe the fact that I had 5 puppies and 5 adult dogs along for the weekend added a little to the work load too. I had to clean the sand out of the car also.
yes, I AM more thankful tonight than I was last night for that camper.
Last week I was thinking about getting a Big Foot. I suppose I would only bring more "stuff" along to the camp out if I decided to "go for it".
I have next week for vacation if wanted. Trying to decide where to go next.