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A little music around the campfire

Susan Mooney sharing her music with us.

 

First wild rose of the season

 

Harmel's bridge on the Taylor River

Beautiful spot on the river

Geranium

Purple Phlox

Clump of phlox

 

Yellow Salsify by the mailbox

Update on the baby robins


Last night we were invited to listen to one of our campers, Susan Mooney play her guitar and sing around the campfire at the Puckett's campsite. Susan has a real gift. She writes her own songs, pulling from her childhood and her travels in her trailer with her dog, Hunter. She has been referred to as the female John Denver. We would agree. What a fun way to end the day.

The next morning, Millie one of our great campers, and I went for a walk. It was a beautiful morning. We enjoyed all the newly sprouted wildflowers along the trail to Harmel's Resort by our campground. Miss having you in camp Millie!

Upon returning to our site, I got the ladder out to see how big the baby robins are getting. They are not a pretty sight at this point, but fun to watch grow.



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