Back at the camp, we were all on the high of adventure.
Lucas found his toys, and was happy to have some time to run free.
Gerald came over to say hi, and Karen asked to go out and see his tropical fish.
He was happy to show us. He had a hatchery. He used the water from the warm spring to warm the water.
Zac had ridden the tote goat out to the hatchery. He had mud splash up his back.
We went into another green house full of fish. When we dipped our hands in the fish nibbled on them.
Gerald gave us some tomatoes and gogi berries that he was growing it here. Then we headed back to camp to make dinner. Karen took her turn to ride. She wanted her dad to ride with her.
It didn’t go great. She did well though.
Back at camp the peacocks were calling and dancing. It was quite a show.
Ugh, but the stinky doegs were kind of ruining everything with their stink. They could tell we were making food and they wanted some. So they stayed near by. This is Dorango.
We had hamburgers and hot coco.
Little miss lady…
Lucas was so happy to be free, it took all of our efforts to get some food into him.
After dinner the kids went hunting for peacock feathers. No luck.
We sat around the fire after dinner.
Then it was time to roast marshmallows and have s’mores.
We sat and talked and laugh and just enjoyed each other.
We put all the kids to bed in our cabin. Karen keeping an eye out. Our kids fell asleep while poor Karen got hot and couldn’t. The four grown ups stayed up and talked.
Eventually I had Karen go to her cabin, and we all went to sleep.