|Resurrection Fern-Just like the kind growing on a tree near Dadoo's grave.|
So, now on to the lessons learned during this particular trip...
Lesson #1- If there is a long hike you would like to take, alsways do it first.
Lesson #2-Take carbs on hikes like Pirate Booty. It will make all the difference in the world.
Lesson #3-Always do the Junior Park Ranger Program It's worth the extra effort.
|Park Interpreter, B.T. Jones and Petit Jean with the kids.|
Lesson #4- Pop-Ups are worth the money when it rains.
Lesson #5- Compasses can provide fun games and activities once you figure out how to use them.
Lesson #6- God's creativity and imagination is amazing. He made some pretty cool things.
|Eye of the Needle at the Bear Caves.|
|Rock House Cave|
|Natural Bridge on the Seven Hollows Trail.|
|The light trickle of Cedar Falls.|
|Cedar Falls Canyon|
|What we named-God's Jenga. Kids are trying to pull pieces out.|
Lesson #7- Among those cool things God designed, are Dads.
Lesson #8-What we write here and now will probably be around for centuries to come.
|A pictograph drawn by Native American Indians probably around the 1500's.|
Lesson #9- Hide the marshmallows from the "Masked Bandits," even if you are just making a quick jaunt to the bathroom.
Lesson #10- Reece's Peanut Butter Cups make the world's best s'mores.
Lesson #11-There is nothing like worshipping God from a mountain top before you head home on a Sunday morning.
What a great trip and place! I can't wait for our next camping trip!