This past weekend, the mr, the pup, and I grabbed our stuff, chucked it into the back of the car and took of to the wood.
We ended up in Waterbury, at Little River State Park. Campsite 77 (the last one they had available!!) And from that we think, the best spot in the park.
First things first, set up camp. which involved the mr. popping up the tent and me making coffee and setting up the table.. Just cause we are in the woods doesn't mean we can't have a fruit bowl, right.
Then we spend the afternoon kicking around.. Into the woods we went. This place had so many hiking trails, we just let the pup lead the wayHe usually knows where he is going.
After a long afternoon of hiking and romping, we make our way back to our outdoor home for food. Dinner consisted of potato and sweet potato, squash and onions, kale, salsa and beans. It couldn't have been any better. We did forget plates, but no matter, we managed.
Of course we needed to take an after dinner hike to the river and swim the pup. (We think he might be part fish)
He spent about an hour fetching stick and making sure that he couldn't possibly smell any worse.
Playing with my camera and sticks. Then off to the tent for the three of us. (holy hell did the dog smell like shit)
Good morning sunshine!
Another morning hike and some time spent just hanging on the river. The mr fished, the pup swam and I collected rocks.
And then we went home, washed off the filth, and assed out…Then Washer got sick, but that's a whole other story.
Camping is the best. I could live in a tent all year long. (not really all year long.. I would surely freeze to death)
So if you are thinking of camping, I highly recommend going to Little River State Park.