Camping in Memphis, Tennessee. When we left the next morning my sister Leigh looked at me and said in a very suprised voice, "I'm so proud of you, I know you don't like camping." To which I replied, "Y'all act like I don't know how to camp, I do, I just prefer not to!" :)
I never could adjust to the time changes on the trip and woke up very early. Sunrise pics in New Mexico for my dad. I had to wake up my sisters and ask them how long they were going to sleep. And let me say they do NOT wake up happy. If we were still little they probably would have brought on the smack down.
Campsite in New Mexico. You can't see them, but the ground is covered in ants. Weird ones that do not seemed interested in people at all. If we would have been at home we would have all been in the ER eaten alive by ant bites. P.S. this park does not have warm water in the showers, but the awesome swimming in the lake makes up for it. Oh, and the campsite host in the camper behind us was ancient and hard of hearing. Use your outside voice when talking to him.
Campsite in Arizona. A special thanks to the camper beside of us that had a party until the wee hours of the morning and let their children run all around us screaming. And how can we forget the other "neighbor" that accused us of unplugging her camper. I so wanted to undo her water but I didn't. She clearly didn't know who she was dealing with. Eddy sisters don't get angry, they get creative, haha.
You have to admit....this is a pretty awesome veiw! And the great thing about the desert is, it gets in the 30's at night. Much better than the temps we slept in outside in Memphis.