Now, mind you, I haven't been on a camping trip in a couple of decades, but I felt up for the challenge. Never say never... I am nothing if not intrepid.
As self appointed keeper of food and creature comforts, I did ok. Next trip I will have refined my checklist and pack configuration to allow for easier access to needed items. Oh, and by the next trip they will have de-winterized the flipping plumbing and we will have running water. Let us never underestimate the importance of water and flushing...
Equipment checked out fine and we had fun with minimal technology invading our space and minds. I do love how quiet the brain becomes when you remove these outside interferences. I also seem to be addicted to my smart phone.
While the fishing trip ended up fishless, we smelled like sunscreen instead of fish guts. Bonus points for the lack of this anticipated concern.
We were one fun loving dog
And me, sans makeup and a hair brush.
A lake in which the fish hide rather well
Calm water and a sweet sunset
The painted sky
Fire turned out to be interesting to photograph
Happy to report, camping in March was not so bad. No crowds to fight, gee I wonder why?