I exited the camper. As soon as my daughter stepped off the camper step, the camper fell backwards, and the front end was up in the air.
We first screamed in shock, then tried to hold our laughter and not pee our pants. I whispered to my daughter, "we gotta go, I can't stay and help him (laughing hysterically)." Hubby and my 13 year-old were in the back bed.
Very calmly we hear my husband's voice from the camper, "uh, I think someone forgot to put the jacks in."
Ha ha ha ha! The back bumper was catching the back end, but we were lucky. While we were at the toilets, not far from the camper, we watched it slowly go back down, as my hubby walked forward to straighten the camper again.
Once we got it all set again, with the jacks in place, hubby said, "honey you can't get out of the camper before I do anymore."
We laughed the entire weekend about it, and I think we woke the entire campground up that morning. I still can't tell anyone the story without cracking up laughing.
Another funny story. On the last night at the campground, I had walked to the toilets with my 13 year-old. It was pitch dark and we had not taken a flash light. We were walking back, and my husband and 10 year-old jumped out of the trees and scared the livin' day lights out of us. Once again, we laughed the entire night. I'm sure the rest of the campground was ready for us to leave at that point. Ha ha ha ha!
Today was the first day of public school. Yesterday was the first day of college for my son. It's kind of a strange day here today. All of my kids are on one bus this year. Even so, my youngest still let me give her kisses this morning.
I better get out to the garden and see what last night's rain gave us. It's back to work for me today. Just the thought of canning anything more, makes me want to hook up that camper and head to the hills today. Ha ha ha ha!