This was our home away from home…this time, we were parked not in the shade, but more like in a field. Although the shade is great, this area was nice too, as I wasn’t constantly crawling on the floor, cleaning up pine needles, dirt, sand, and whatever else!
Late yesterday afternoon, we had to put the awning away on the camper, as it was so windy, the thing was flapping about, bringing to mind old episodes of The Flying Nun! The camper began swaying, so we decided we had better roll it up!
Now, mind you, I was not suffering at all from *brain freeze*, but instead, from *brain MELT!* I should have taken so many more pictures, but I was just exhausted from the seemingly scalding temperatures. It was so hot, you could have cooked a roast in the sun!
Anyway, when we arrived late Friday morning, there were very few campers there. By Friday night when we came back after the laser show, the campground was nearly filled to capacity. There were class A’s, fifth wheels, tow behinds, pop-ups and even many tents! And, my oh my, there were campfires galore!
By 11 AM yesterday morning, this was the scene! Nearly everyone that was surrounding us was gone!
The place looked so deserted, except for the little covering thing down next to the bathhouse.
And there we were…off in the distance!
Mark decided he wanted to just drive around a little yesterday. We stopped by a Dairy Queen, which is a treat as there are none near our home. I stopped at Wegman’s and bought goodies to make shish kabobs and a Greek salad for dinner.
Because my brain was in total *brain MELT* mode, I did not photograph the beautiful kabobs! They were so colorful and drat!; they would have been such a nice photo! Ah well…I made them with marinated chicken, red pepper, purple onion, yellow pepper, and mushrooms. They were so pretty!
Since we had the entire campground basically to ourselves, we played outside for quite some time while the food cooked, then ate outside at the picnic table. It felt so cool to look over this huge expanse of field and see no other people within eyesight! Oh, and as soon as the sun began its descent, the temperatures cooled off so nicely!
This morning, we got up and decided to hitch right up. The kids have the system down pat, so Mark and I need only to double check on connections. Off we went, back towards home. As always, when we pulled up the driveway, I wondered to myself, *why* do we ever even leave
*here*? I mean, with all the beauty that surrounds us, we need only go out the front door to be in what many folks actually pay money to see!
Of course, there are other people to consider, eh? I mean, what do the kids think?……
Ayup….there is *no* place like home!