It was beautiful. The leaves, the mountains, the animals. It only rained at night. Except Saturday. I rode a horse that day. The last time I rode a horse was a long time ago. The time spent with family and friends was refreshing and relaxing. I read through two books (Homeless Bird, and The Mark of Athena), which were both amazing. The campground had a playground. I was very happy about that.
I love being surrounded by the trees’ beautiful leaves and the different animals. We had a stray cat find its way into our camper, and found a turtle by the fire pit (plus much more. Those were the two most amusing, though). When it was time to go back home, no one wanted to leave. But, of course, we did. Now it’s back to school and chores.
It was fun while it lasted, and many good memories were made. I can’t wait until next time.
This weekend, my family and I went camping. I took a ton of pictures, but some of the ones I found interesting were the ones I took while on the road. We drove through a bunch of small towns, and the architecture and some of the buildings were pretty cool.
I’m off to camp again today! I’ll be back Friday night. The other two weeks that I worked there, I haven’t taken very many pictures during my free time. I plan to change that. The camp is a really pretty place, and it’s been a shame I haven’t recorded it.
This weekend, mine and Hannah’s family went camping together. We got a little sunburned, and all got eaten alive, but it was worth it. I got to journal and read a lot (just finished The Help), along with hiking and taking walks through the campground. The weather was perfect. And, of course, there were S’mores. It was a pretty great place to hang out with my family and my friends.
A pom pom flower thingy.
A path down to the lake.
Sooooo I’m still getting a hang of the f-stop. Thank God for Photoshop brightness control.
There was a turtle in the middle of the road, making its way back to the lake.
Another pom pom flower thingy.