We had a wonderful five days away from home base while this blog ran on autopilot. Our destination Sunday afternoon was Miami State Recreation Area on Mississinewa Lake. We arrived early enough to pretty much have our pick of campsites. We chose the same spot we had last year. As you can see in the above collage, the choice of vehicles is quite varied-- different strokes for different folks. The vardo was hand-built by a very interesting couple, both artists. His medium of choice is water colors, hers, fabrics which she creates.
The young man who drove the Challenger camped in a tent with his son. We drive the class "c" and Gary and Janet whose ultralite has travelled the nation almost always bring flowers to brighten their spot.
There was lots of firewood burned, and I hope to get the woodsmoke aroma banished from my person really soon. I may be the only member of the entire entourage who doesn't "get" campfires. Although I have to say I cooked a pair of t-bones to perfection Wednesday night on the campfire, much to the envy, and snide remarks of the brat-eaters and burger broasters. If you got it, flaunt it.