I'm trying to keep busy. This weekend it was a camping trip at Huntsville State Park. Those are just a few of our tents pictured above. I've had that Timber Creek tent for over 10 years now. I bought it on sale at Academy for $25. They don't generally get very good reviews, but I've had no major problems with mine. I did get wet once, but a three-dollar bottle of seam sealer took care of that. Now it has to rain very hard for a very long time and then maybe a tablespoon or two of water will get in - not enough to ruin a trip. I've never had it collapse on me, either, no matter how hard the wind blew.
We went for a hike around the lake and found 7 geocaches. I dropped off some travel bugs I've had for too long. I thought I took pictures of them, but I can't find any. Remember the Boy Scouts pinewood derby cars? They made some they are racing as TB's. Anyone interested in viewing the trackable or where it's been can click here. "Prizes will be awarded for cars that travel the farthest, pass through the most hands, and have the most creative route, among others," according to the website.
We had an armored visitor to our campsite. It's unusual to see armadillos during the daytime, much less one that strolls into camp despite there being 20 people and 3 dogs around. I heard him rustling around at night, too. I spotted him on my way to the bathroom. People staring and taking pics don't phaze him, but he didn't like a flashlight shining on his back.
At the end of the weekend, I put out my Avon on the picnic table and actually sold a few items. I made my first sale! Woo hoo!