Each kiddo got a chance to test it out and as I say, "give it a whirl." They do like it. Son joined up for a row in the lake too.
We can't wait to visit other areas now, and do more fishing. Two of the girls tried out their fishing gear, but didn't catch anything this trip.
The campground was pretty busy, but it completely empty
by Sunday. We had the entire place to ourselves.
We brought along books, word search, sudoku, zentangle and playing cards.
Pooch slept off his afternoon anxiety. He was so upset when his "Mom" was out in the canoe and he could not be out there with her. We filmed it for her.
Mosquitoes were out in full force, but a fire helped keep them away.
It was too humid to handle large handiwork projects, so I opted for smaller ones. I had to chuckle about the name on the yarn that particular day. Hubby was fishing with daughter, while I was back at "base camp" reading my Hemingway (Islands in the stream) book about the how certain characters were out fishing for six hours trying to reel in a swordfish, and the name on the yarn is "Ahoy" ombre. Then I looked up and I read "Clipper" on the camper side. Kind of a fishing day, but they didn't catch anything. Not even the characters in the book. Sorry if I spoiled that for you.
Hubby even encouraged me to tug this bag along (scrap crochet blanket project). Just in case we got rained out and I needed fun stuff to work on inside the camper. Trust me, I had no problems finding something relaxing to do, ha ha!
We had a cardinal that visited our camper many times and gave us a little singing show.
We had terrible humidity the last day, and it fogged up my camera lens. We had a wonderful time anyway, and can't wait to go again.
We camped close to home, so I could check on animals if needed, freeze more blueberries, and pick tomatoes.