Thursday, April 22, 2010

First mini-camp of the year

Last weekend the weather was gorgeous (and so was the forecast), so Keith and I decided to ignore pause our numerous duties around here and take off camping overnight.

We went to Campbell Pond, up out of Konkolville (which is outside of Orofino). There were a few people there during the day, but we had the campground to ourselves all evening and into the next morning. Our campsite was perfect for the dogs and they got to stay off-leash most of the time, which is the only way to have a happy camping experience for the whole family.

Keith fished and caught three. I only got a blurry photo of the last one, which he said was the smallest. Mmmhmmm.

Next time we'll take the boat and get over to the part of the lake most people can't reach.

Learning how to travel long-term as a lifestyle.



It definitely got us in the mood for more camping this summer. I'd love to hike into Gospel Hump. And we talk about going back to Walton Lake. Good thing I'm getting in shape.

Today I got some more film returned and although I'm getting better I am reminded that I need to start shooting things other than the dogs and Keith.

2 comments:

knitty_kat said...

Wow! Spectacular pics.

ebed_adonai said...

Great reflection..

Shalom!