Lake Life, is quickly becoming a big part of my life.
Yes, I’m all about sharing our lives in the suburbs and sharing with my kids every ‘country’ moment I can give them…but then there’s vacation time.
We have 18 Summers with our kids. Like the little one in the picture, I now have 17 summers left with her.
We are now back to “normal life”. I honestly haven’t thought of our home much over the past 2 weeks. Our Travel trailer is so much like a second home, I only have a brief glimpse in my mind of my kitchen back at home.
Looking over my laptop is a view I can’t describe or even capture on camera. You just gotta be here to soak it up.
Many people walk by our campsite, stop and point wanting to make sure they can get this site in the campground we stay at in the future.
Lake Life, is sure peaceful. As my sister in law put it, this is where her fondest childhood memories come from is camping every summer.
Our kids fast embraced camping, especially camping with family. As I said before, we have 18 summers with our kids. This camping trip means time with my in-laws and our kids spending time with their grandparents. This summer an Aunt is along.
So grateful to watch our kids overcome their fear of water. Plus the kids watched mom get over her fear of going behind the boat.
There was so many ‘firsts’ this trip. Lots of flat tires on the stroller and my sons bike. My first time camping with the kids while my husband went to work. My middle son got stung by a bee! Wouldn’t be possible with the extra helping hands of my in-laws. Don’t worry, my husband was back for the second week with us.
I also got over Cooking with a gas stove (isn’t my kind of cooking). Trying to not get food in the grill as I’m stirring. Plus trying to put my minimalist skills to the test, didn’t really work. I think I need more pantry space!
Camping right on the water on a lake is the cheapest we are going to get to ‘beach front property’. Spending our days mostly in our bathing suits. When it gets to hot on shore, we just hop in the lake to cool off.
Sitting by the lake at night by the campfire (fake I might add), seeing the lights on the water and listening to the water on the shore. It’s what keeps bringing our family back every summer.
We’ve sat at night watching the lightning storm, and got rained out hanging out at the local amusement park.
Our kids loved the boat rides, tube rides, bike rides, exploring, splashing in the water and I just loved soaking it all up with them while I got ‘moments’ to soak up the sun.
Do you go camping by a lake? Which one?
Do you camp with family?
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