Martha Jo made a stop in at our campsite that afternoon and we crafted a Pinterest idea: melted bead wind-chimes (and necklaces). It was a lot of fun!! Check out how we did it here.
Monday was going to be one of D&J+3's munchkin's birthdays, so I decided to surprise them with a cake. I made it in my rice cooker. Yep, a rice cooker cake! It may have been small, but it made a big impact!
I think he loved it. ;-)
We did our traditional egg hunt - lots of eggs, giggles, and fun. And no funky candy in these, of course! It's amazing to see how much these kiddos have grown since our first Easter camping trip.
Another one in the books. It's hard to go back to work after such a good weekend. RDB and I keep dreaming about the one-day when we'd like to leave the jobs behind and camp full time. Until then, we'll just keep enjoying all the blessings and sunshine we have as we go on these trips.
We were in sites 13 and 15 at Texas State Rail Road Campground. 13 was extremely level and perfectly shaded, with a few trees spaced just right for the hammock. Both sites together had enough space for 12 of us, one trailer, one pop-up and one tent, and two trucks and an SUV. Close to the bathhouse and playground and a short walk from the train depot.
And yes, we'll be back again to this one! ;-)
For more camping photos, go here.