The next morning Greg made our coffee for us at the outdoor kitchen, using our favorite camp pot. The kind that perks. Oh how good it tasted.
Bright and early, we had a visitor. My nephew Chad. He stayed for most of the day, and even though we did have some light rain off and on, we all had such a good time. There was a rousing game of Uno under the awning.
Later that evening, we had a big dinner of fresh ahi steaks that my brother David caught on a recent fishing trip way out in the ocean. Greg grilled them on our new Smokey Joe, and I steamed some fresh veggies, and made a Caesar's Salad. I had also made a big pot of chili earlier in the day, so we had that too. I think I caught Gregger's with a tester of ahi in his mouth.
It rained HARD in the night. It woke us up at about 3:00 in the morning. The next day was a bit muddy at camp! We cooked breakfast outside in the outdoor kitchen. Pancakes, bacon, sausage and farm fresh eggs. I had squeezed fresh OJ and brought it from home.
I brought my knitting, but only took it out of the bag one time, knitting only a couple of rows. We were just so busy!
And Geeps made us all some home made popcorn on Saturday afternoon as well. So, for our first trip out, it was an A plus!!!!
We got home, unloaded it, washed it, and put it away until next time. We are shooting for a weekend away a month. And then in the summer, probably a lot more weekends at Big Bear, as well as our week long vacation there. We snuck a few minutes in every once in a while to watch The Masters while we were cleaning.
A great weekend was had by all!!! We can't wait to go again!
PS Marsha Brown, you asked what we tow the trailer with. I have a 2004 GMC Yukon Denali. I love this car. I wish we did have more towing capacity, but we were not willing to also purchase a new car to do so. When this car expires, I intend to get another one!