|Sedona Cabin w/ramp!|
|Mom & Cam|
|Oma & Cam|
|Hayride Crew: Oma-Jane-Cam-Chris|
|Auntie Karen & Cam|
By far, our favorite daily activity is swimming in the solar-heated swimming pool. It's perfect for Cam since half of the pool is 3.5 feet and the other half goes to 6 feet. Our twelve-year-old is tall enough to walk in the pool and is comfortable swimming on his back too.
|Mom & Cam & Oma|
In addition to appreciating his independence, Cam loves using walkie talkies. Each morning, he couldn't wait to 'call' Auntie Karen and Oma to see if they were awake. There were many strolls with these two wonderful women, counting the different campsites with RV's or tents and looking at all of the different activities.
On Friday, we all came up with the idea of having Cam deliver breakfast to the Scottsdale cabin.
Our morning routine of cooking eggs, toast and bacon on our griddle was set into motion and Cam made his way with foil covered paper plates to bring a hot morning meal to Oma and Auntie Karen!
When he arrived back at the Sedona cabin, there were two $1 bills neatly tucked on his tray. Had Chris and Jane known he would make some money, they realized he could've been doing this all week!
|Ms. Ann, Cam, Auntie Karen|
On our final evening at Hungry Horse, we invited Miss Ann to join us for an authentic camping meal- pizza pies made in a cast iron pie iron. Two slices of bread filled with pizza sauce, cheese, and your choice of toppings make this a family favorite, followed by the tastiest treat of s'mores.
As we bid farewell to Dorr, Michigan, we secured our reservation for next year with an additional night added on, per Cam's personal request.
𝅘𝅥𝅯♬♩Happy trails to you, Until we meet again. Happy trails to you, Keep smiling until then. Who cares about the clouds when we're together? Just sing a song, and bring the sunny weather. Happy trails to you, Until we meet again.𝅘𝅥𝅯♬♩
|Stella- happy to have her fam|
Partway through the week, Karen was telling us how Cam would start calling her name as he was headed to her cabin 'about halfway down the road' making his way there.
The friendly folks in the RV's surrounding the cabins were so nice to talk to. On one occasion, Karen was providing introductions.
"Hi- this is Cam and I'm Auntie Karen."
"Oh yes, we know you're Auntie Karen- we hear your name every morning!"