Our Memorial Day weekend at Harris Campground was just what the doctor ordered! DH has had a stressful time installing a new server and debugging it for the last couple of months - believe me, he needed to go away. Friday night he fell asleep right after dinner and we slept in the next morning. I didn't need the time away like DH, but I surely enjoyed it. :)
Campfires are a must, as are smores.
The boys brought along their school backpacks as they had some schoolwork to do during the holiday. Kevin got the great idea to burn some of his old homework.
Sunday we took a drive up to the summit of the mountains at Tollgate. There's still quite a bit of snow at the top, but won't be for long with these warm days.
I love the countryside at the foot of the Blue Mountains. I grew up on the other side of them in Lewiston, Idaho, so it feels very homelike to me. I used to spend hours looking out the dining room window at these same hills.
I got to spend a good deal of Saturday by myself at camp while DH took the kids hiking. I set up a lovely stitching post which migrated around the site as the sun moved across the sky. Tomorrow I'll have an update on my holiday stitching!