It’s camping season and sorry to say we are fresh out of campers. We sold our last one a year ago thinking we were done with hauling our sleeping quarters into the woods of the Pacific Northwest, and all over the country for that matter. But now as summer approaches we have had second thoughts and are busy searching for the perfect camper, a trailer this time we think.
In the meantime we’re enjoying day trips and today visited Kanaskat-Palmer State Park, set on the banks of the Green River. After a short drive on the Maple Valley Highway, we were there and soon wandering the trails through lush forest with wildflowers blooming and berries ripening.
There’s nothing like being in the woods, unless it’s being near a river, which is where we headed next.
If we only had that camper, we’d still be there tonight in one of the cozy spots in the deserted campground.
In the stillness of the woods, by the glow of the campfire, looking forward to waking up in the morning and having our coffee by the fire. What could be better?