Posts tagged "Camping"

Camping at the Natural Bridge State Park 2017

Every fall we spend a weekend camping at the Natural Bridge State Park campground and hiking around the Red River Gorge.  It is a treasured family weekend that always leaves us with memories for a life time.  This Fall we had a fantastic campsite, and the weekend started out like a dream but soon turned...
A Long Weekend at the Red River Gorge {2016}

A Long Weekend at the Red River Gorge {2016}

Each year for Fall Break our family goes to Red River Gorge for a camping trip.  This is one of my very favorite traditions that Michael and I have with the children.  It’s a special time for just the six of us where we are away from it all and it the midst of the gorgeous scenery of...

Camping Menu Plan Monday ~ October 14

It was a wild week for us!  But yet we had lots of great meals!  Our week last week included lots of running now that after school extracurricular activities are in full swing, and we also went camping at the Natural Bridge State Park since the kids had a few days off of school for...

Menu Plan Monday ~ July 15 ~ Vacation Menu

This past weekend we went to Cumberland Falls State Resort Park for a mini-vacation with my husband’s family.  The six of us stayed in a small one-bedroom cottage, Matthew & Jenny stayed in a tent, and Sharon, Charlie, Jessica, Nicholas and their kids were in campers.  I had the largest kitchen by far with a...

Menu Plan Monday ~ October 15 ~ Camping Menu

I am a big fan of menu-planning, it has made my life so much easier!  There is less stress at dinner time and we are eating healthier too!  Last week I was in a tizzy, I was planning a camping menu for our family of six and I was so worried about what to pack for...

Red River Gorge ~ Fall Break 2012

This weekend was Fall Break for my kids, and we spent a few days camping near Natural Bridge & Red River Gorge.  We spent our weekend exploring, adventuring, s’more making, tent sleeping, fire tending, junk food eating, hiking, laughing, reading, star gazing and memory making.  I picked just a few of my favorite pictures from...
Quetico

Quetico

Michael just returned from a ten day trip to Canada.  He explored Quetico with my Dad and two of their friends.  They traveled fifteen+ hours to get there, and once inside the park they traveled well over sixty miles canoeing, portaging & camping.  The pictures made me wish I had been with them, and his stories...