Our little camping trip went remarkably well. Sure, I forgot the camera at home, we got a late start and almost didn't get to the campground in time to get the key for our little cabin. Thankfully I had my phone and Ben managed to grab the girl at the camp store before she left for the night, so all's well that ends well.
Here's our little cabin in the woods. (Except not so much in the woods, so more like our little cabin by an unmowed field)
We arrived pretty late the first night, so we didn't do much more than unpack and go to sleep.
The next day was jam packed with action.
We did a little playing on the playground.
Visited the lake (the girls first time ever seeing any body of water larger than a pond)
Went to the beach.
Played in the sand.
Swam like little fish.
Played in the sand some more.
Had some friends over for dinner.
We, of course, had a gigantic thunderstorm our second night there. Apparently, if you want it to rain, just tell us to go camping. Thanks to our little cabin, we stayed perfectly dry. I do have to admit that I was more than a little nervous about Adelae sleeping in the top bunk inches away from the canvas roof as the wind howled, rain pelted and lightening flashed. So, I woke her up, tucked her in bed with her Daddy and attempted to fall back asleep.
The next day we decided to head home early. Our original plan was to head to the zoo, but with Brinna's fear of everything that moves, we thought it might not be such a good idea. We headed back to the beach to collect some shells and take some more pictures before we headed home.