|After seeing how much |
ONE night of camping,we decided to stay for an extra night.
|Boogs helped set up our tent.|
|Boogs helped Poppa get things into their tent.|
|Smores - we just left a couple of pieces of chocolate out of the cooler |
for a bit and they melted enough for us to smear them on graham
crackers with a marshmallow. No campfire need.
|We played a lot of cards - War, Old Maid, Crazy 8s.|
|Boogs made Wall-E out of dominoes.|
|We told spooky stories.|
|Reading by flashlight before going to sleep.|
|Hike to the Pedernals Upper Falls.|
|We were surprised at the amount of water. Texas has |
not recovered from last year's horrible drought.
|Boogs checking out a water erosion cave.|
|It is hard to imagine this filled up with water.|
|Steps back up to the hiking trail.|
|Poppa and Boogs were hiding in the trees.|
|Nonnie and Boogs beneath a huge cypress tree.|
|Boogs said this rock looked like a cruise ship|
and he was climbing aboard.
|Swimming at Blanco State Park.|
|Boogs enjoyed following around these geese.|
|Boogs liked hanging out in the tent.|
|Nonnie taught Boogs how to play Chicken Foot dominoes.|
|Boogs said he was a potato and his sleeping bag was his potato skin.|
|This 3 1/2 mile hike got too hot for Boogs. I ended up carrying him piggy |
back for most of it. Good thing he only weighs 41 pounds.
|Cool down in the river after our hike.|
|Boogs had a great time moving rocks around |
and trying to build a small dam.
I am sure you noticed that Boogs wore the same clothes both days. I only packed clothes for one night of camping, not two. The first thing we did when we got home was bathe and put on clean clothes.
Thanks, Nonnie and Poppa for sharing this adventure with us. Boogs is ready for his next adventure with you.