Camper or hoteler?
The girls helped Dad set up the tent and then watched him finish it up.
The weather was perfect and the setting was beautiful and only 45 minutes from our house.
Lydia was pumped to go camping, but the fact that she had to plug her nose "because the garage smells" made me think she might not like the outhouses. That was definitely the worst part of the whole deal - outhouses.
Jordis was all set for camping (in Hollywood?) but crashed in the car before we got there.
The kids really liked the breakfast choices. A great way to start the day and prepare for a 3 1/2 mile hike and fantastic for those who are abstaining from sugar. I did bring some homemade sugar-free banana bread in anticipation of camping nutrition.
The scouts had a bunch of activities for the kids including a 3 1/2 milePin It Now!
poison oak excursion hike, tug-of-war, team building exercises, and soap carving. All three kids had a blast. I didn't hate it and as the girls get a little older (Jordis was the youngest camper there) I think it will be more enjoyable. Especially if there are flushable toilets. And room service.