The vegetarians had prepackaged Indian curry with rice, while the meat eaters ate pigs in blanket. I've found that meals on a backpacking dish are always incredibly satisfying and tasty. After dinner we toasted s'mores and drank hot cocoa. We were living the high life on this trip, considering we only had to carry our food for one night.
I felt a little nerdy because I was so intrigued and amazed by all the cool rocks on the ground! I kept seeing all these sparkly rocks and rocks that looked like a tie-dye sunset. Does anyone see where I'm coming from? My love for the rocks quickly faded during the night when I found a rock jutting into my thigh. But, I soon fell asleep and forgot about that unfriendly rock.
Josh slept in a bivy on the flat rocks. (so cute!) Everyone in my tent (Mom, Dad and Lay) woke up the earliest on Sunday morning and pretty much woke everyone else up. But then we enjoyed breakfast couscous, coffee or cocoa and a morning campfire. The hike back to the car was rather short for my taste-only about 45 minutes. Despite the shortness of the trip, it was refreshing to spend time in nature and not think about work. Plus, Layla found a turtle on the way back!
Are you going on any adventures this weekend?