A much better night's sleep for the adults. But it looks like little K needed a nap early - she fell asleep on our hike out to another battery.
The 3 days of camping trip felt just right to G and me, but our kids were disappointed to go home. My body is too old to sleep on the ground now, and next year I am planning on some kind of padding underneath me. Or else we get another cot, so we can both use one! G. used it this year because of his back, and because I needed to snuggle with Little K so she wouldn't scream at night and wake the campground. (And so a huge Thank You to the H's in Argentina for leaving their cot behind with us!!)
That wraps up our camping excursion for this July. I am already thinking ahead to next year (and I have a feeling so is my brother-in-law who usually sets up all the reservations). So if any of my readers know about camping in Idaho, could you leave me a note? We are contemplating meeting up with my husband's side of the family and camping in Idaho.
In a yurt or cabin.
With no mosquitoes.
But the cabin isn't necessary, just easier for packing.