Sunday, August 10, 2008

We're back!


We are back and a good time was had! Before I tell you about our week, I have to clear something up. A few of you commented on how brave I was to camp in a tent... I have to tell you, that I don't camp that way. Bob says that what I was doing doesn't count as camping, but it works for me. I got the chance to use this beautiful camper, by bidding on it at our church's mission auction and winning! (Thanks Nate and Brenda!) It has hot and cold running water, a bathroom and... air conditioning! Now that's my kind of camping!
I'll post some pictures from our week tomorrow.


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18 comments:

Mike Golch said...

is there any other way to camp???
At one time Celsetine and I owned a 9 1/2 foot slide in cab over camper. with an F-250 supercab truck.that was fun to have we were to Niagra Falls, and to a cpouple places in Kyentucky.

PinkDaisyGirl said...

I could do your kind of camping. I could not do my husband's kind of camping. Even though I grew up in somewhat rural Arkansas, I'm a little bit city girl at heart and I like my conveniences. I need my conveniences. As a matter of fact, they aren't conveniences, they are very nearly necessities.

Glad you're back and you had a good time. Can't wait to hear (or see) about it.

~ Kayren

Andrew Bruins said...

Like I have said, that is not camping, that is a temperary change in housing. That does look like a nice "house" though.

Amy said...

Mari,

Your camper is awesome. I am glad you had a great time - I missed you!

Anonymous said...

I don't know, that doesn't look too much bigger than my tent =) Glad to have you back
DMS

Short Stop said...

Welcome back!!

That is the way to camp!

Pat said...

That's the only way to camp!
We've done it all from the tent to a beautiful camper like this one to finally just buying a cottage. Each offers a wonderful memory. Can't wait to hear of your adventures!!

Cheri said...

I agree- I don't do the tenting thing- or even pop ups anymore!
Trailers are the only way to go!

Nate and Brenda said...

I believe it is the ONLY way to camp too!! LOL

It is also bigger than a tent! :) 30 ft parked to be exact!! :)

What a cool trailer! Glad you enjoyed it and that it worked well fr you!!!

Shelly said...

Looking forward to seeing more of your adventure! Why on your post a comment all different?

KrisinTN said...

I'm glad you had a good time. I can't do tents either. I can't imagine the thought of sleeping on the ground.

Melissa said...

I'd have to agree with Andy! That's not camping! That's luxury :) I can't wait to see pictures and hear more about your week though! :)

Nancy said...

That is some "Camping trailer" I think your a bit spoiled staying in that but I agree that is the only way I would camp too..Glad your back...

Lynn said...

whew....you ARE normal! Can't wait for more pictures!

~Just A Thought Ginger said...

Thought about you guys while you were gone. I wish I would have looked you up when we were out there.

Cherdecor said...

Welcome home! I missed all of you! I agree with you, I don't camp in tents. That is a beauty of a camping trailer! I am glad that you got to enjoy it.

Sandra said...

Welcome Home Mari, I missed you :)

That's my kind of camping too, but I will go with the tent if there is not one of the campers available LOL

Rebekah said...

We tent camped last summer- but after camping with the camper, I don't think I will ever tent camp again.