Memorial Day was for remembrance of those who sacrificed for our freedom. We honored them with the Pledge Allegiance and our own rendition of the National Anthem acapella while RVing for the holiday weekend.
We made good use of the splash pad and the pool.
And a lot of time on the giant water slide.
There was a Memorial Day golf cart parade, bike riding, and good nights of sleep with everyone being so tired by the end of the day.
I had spring fever for sure. I wanted to spring spruce up the yard. Start house spring cleaning. Maybe a veggie garden. Easter has come and gone. And I did none of the aforementioned.
Instead we did a short, close to home spring camping trip to a new RV resort about an hour away from home and met the kid campers. It's going to be the bomb for summer stays. There's the kiddie pool area, adult pool area, kiddie play ground, pool side grill restaurant, kayaking, paddle boarding, a lazy floating river pool, and who knows what else. It's a big place.
Bad news - all week the weather reports were calling for severe thunder storms for our schedule. We didn't give in. We went hoping for the best. Tho, the weather was on and off, we managed to get some fun in between the two rain storms with tiny hail once.
Bike riding filled our time mostly since the pools weren't weather friendly yet.
I clicked right at 7,000 steps on the first day as bike ride monitor.
We definitely will make this a summer-go-to favorite.
I'm a softee when it comes to hosting grand dogs. It's not my first rodeo at dog sitting.
Joy gets treated equally well. The weather forecast was for a rainy/stormy night. So we brought her in for the night. With things being different and all you know. She was more than happy to oblige.
I made her a pink bed and she claimed it as hers.
By late night she was out like a light.
Morning came. Then noon. And she was still inside. I took her on a run/walk/bathroom stop and came right back in. She choose a few dog toys from Poochie's stash and played quietly with an occasional squeak from a toy.
Plans were to put her out shortly. But one thing led to another and she stayed in again for a second night.
She slept good that night. This is where she was the next morning.
. . . happy life, happy wife, mom and maw-maw, a heart for family fur babies, a sister to many, a daughter, and a child of the King. I love outdoors and doing a little sewing, crafting and making a house a home.