I went camping over Memorial Day weekend. I had a good time with good friends. I did not forget what the day is for because it is important to remember those who sacrificed for all for us and keep their families in our thoughts and prayers.
That being said I will begin with a few photos from my weekend.
Lucie my big, red dog and I arrived at Lady Red’s home. She and Hadji, Lady Red’s dog were happy to see each other and spent some time playing in the yard. After, as we were sitting in the living room, Lucie spotted something she had not noticed before.
Yes, that is a bear skin. Lucie barked and I honestly thought she might try to climb the wall after the bear skin.
Down girl. Considering we were going camping where bears live, I was not sure if I should be happy about this or worried.
The first day was cold. Very cold. The wine helped. Trust me.
I did not bring the proper clothes and the cold front that hit the first day made everyone uncomfortable. Luckily, I was able to borrow some warm, camos. Unfortunately, they were a little to big. Lady Red found it very funny that I did not notice my pants were falling down. It is a good thing I love you girl or this photo would never had happened.
Me, Lady Red, and Lucie sitting on a log. What else do you do in the woods?
These are Lady Red’s nephews. The oldest taught me to shoot the bow.
Future elk hunter.
That would be me trying to hit the target.
Fun times. Sore shoulders the next day.
Of course, when you are in the woods, you must find a tree, bush, rock.
Hey, it is a dog.
Scenic photos to come in a later post.