Wi-Fi and cell towers are scarce in the mountains of Colorado, so I’m a little behind. After my epic 3000 foot hike, I decided to take the Touareg off-rouding above the campground. It had poured most of the day to the road was a muddy mess, but the view was worth it.
And we had a beautiful rainbow greet us.
Tim put some peaches and marshmallows in tinfoil to put over the fire. We made a first attempt to re-create a photo taken in the mid-70s of a camping trip.
(Tim is going to kill me for putting this on my blog)
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Sweatshirt from Murph (Mrs. Prentice) – your godparent in Pennsylvania – my best college friend.
To be fair…post July ’75 picture of you both toasting marshmallows – ages 2 /12 & almost 4.
And then there’s the April ’79 “trying on backpacks for first trip with Dad”.
Love the pictures – thanks for reviving the memories.
Mom & Dad
Awesome posts. I am camping vicariously.