As we got to our campground we found aunt Nita there already camping. We were happy to not be the only ones there. As each day went by more and more family came.
Aaron drove us up, helped us set up camp and left the next day to go back home to work. He came back the next week to camp with us the rest of the time. People kept telling me I was crazy to camp alone but it was no big deal to me. We had fun and was glad to be out of the heat at home.
I found an arrow in a bush by our camper so Hayden made a bow with elastic and a stick. He played with that thing almost all day.
Paxton kept begging us to take off his training wheels but I didn't really want to do it camping because I thought he would have a hard time on the dirt road. After he kept begging me I finally agreed to it. Hayden took off his training wheels. Within five minutes he had it mastered. He said "I told you I was ready."
At Lone Pine with some cousins who came for the day to visit
Playing in the river and riding bikes was their favorite thing to do
Driving to Lone Pine to look for animals. We found an elk and deer.
The boys fishing at Bog Tank
Aunt Georgia did a class for the kids about rocks, they loved it. She had some really cool rocks.
The younger kids did crafts
Keeping cool in the river
The kids sang "Splish, Splash" for the talent show
My cousin Dustin took Hayden fishing the last day we were there. They left early in the morning. Hayden was so excited to go one more time. He caught a few fish too.
After leaving the campground we went to lunch to celebrate Father's day and then went to the cabin for the night before heading home the next day.
Camping for 2 weeks flew by so fast but we had a blast.