We arrived at our planned campground Friday night to find it hadn't been opened yet. So we drove back down to the Little Naches campground just down the road. We found a great spot, and set up camp in a downpour. Dana and I were soaked and freezing by the time we all ate hotdogs and pasta salad in the trailer. It didn't look like the first night was going well, but by the time we put the boys to bed, the rain had stopped and we went out and gathered around the campfire Dana made and ate s'mores.
Saturday and Sunday were beautiful. Better weather than they had in town. While we haven't been camping in over a year and a half, it felt like things were back to normal being outside and enjoying ourselves. I think the boys really liked their first trip, and we are all looking forward to the next time.
Just before Kaia fell
Doing what Mo's do best
The back of our campsite, the log provided plenty of fun.
We're a bunch of rednecks up here in Central Washington, just waiting for our own reality show. There are twin 4 year old hurricanes that are always into something. An 8 year old with a Minecraft obsession and ADHD. And an 11 year old drama queen that has already started in musical theater. Us adults work full time and try to make ends meet. We are loud, we are wild, and often inappropriate. Hey, it's just another day at the Kihn's.
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