I ran into the campground office last Wednesday and told Tami I had somewhere important I had to be, and asked if she’d post all the cool pictures we’d taken of me . . . I mean, of my little campers . . . over Memorial Day Weekend.
She looked at her calendar, “I think I can, Maxx, if I squeezed it in after school, but before writing Cooper’s third adventure. Oh! I promised Debbie I’d order some new recreation equipment, too! Are you sure you can’t ~”
“Gee! Thanks!!” I gave her a big hug and took off to do that important thing I’d been waiting all month to do –
The fries were awesome! Thomas said he sold a ton of them. The Deli Sandwich was pretty good too. And that warm chocolate chip cookie!! Heaven!
“Maxx!” Tami tapped me on my shoulder as I scoffed down the last of my third order of fries.
She pointed to the store. Then the back office. Then she showed me a roll of camouflaged colored duct tape.
I got the message. Sit and write until I got it done.
But those fries! And pizza! I hadn’t tried the pizza . . .
Tami shook her head. “No snack bar for you until you finish the blog post you promised your campers! I told Thomas to shut you off. You’re banned from the snack bar until you finish this blog post.”
So here goes . . .
Scenes from candy bar bingo! It was a full house!
Lots of candy bars were won and lost!!
We had arts and crafts and water balloons and ceramics and bocci and story time and jewelry making and the movie Frozen and
We made HUGE bubbles!
Salamanders were found . . . and saved from the pool.
We had a pots and pans parade (Tami put a video of it on Facebook!)
Here I am, getting kicked out of the driver’s seat of the golf cart once again.
I LOVE our parades!
Maggie and Debbie and I make a great team!!!
I took lots of photos with kids too!
There was one glitch to the weekend though. As if the crazy on and off again rain showers weren’t bad enough, right before the hayride, David discovered a flat tire on the wagon.
But you know what? I have the very best little campers in the whole world! Because they didn’t complain once! I was so impressed, Debbie, Maggie and I handed out some patriotic tattoos!
Aren’t they all awesome!
Thanks to a camper friend who fixed the flat, we were able to have the hayride on Sunday instead!
I don’t just hang out with the kids either, you know. I met lots of cool adult campers too!
But no one was as cool as this kid! Check out his shirt!
Spider Moose! My favorite Super Hero of all time! He can climb the climber, and swing from tree to tree with his super spider webbing! And with his spidey-senses he can tell . . .
There’s crumble burgers being served at the food cart!