Camp Postcard

It is more than  a little nice to spend a few days with a little bit of the family (actually the very littlest right now) at a cabin on a pond out of internet and phone reach, without electricity or  plumbing. My grandchildren will no doubt mess up all those popular surveys of college freshmen classes-- as they will know what an outhouse is and recognize the country morning sound of a shifting lid on a wood burning cookstove. We ate a trout for breakfast, berry picked, and saw  a cow moose near the woodshed at dusk. The kids walked down the trail to the road before nap time on the last day, but we stayed to sweep up, do a few chores, and nap a moment in the after lunch sun. (Pearl was a little blue when it was just we two.)



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