My oldest is in cub scouts this year. He’s a wolf. He seems to like it and he’s learning some really important life skills. Just yesterday, he practiced walking backwards on a balance beam while being sprayed by a water hose. I mean, who doesn’t need to know that?
Next month, there’s a weekend camping trip for the cub scouts. Is it still considered camping if we stay in a cabin? Because I think we will be staying in one. I can just hear my 5 year old telling all his friends about going camping and having to rough it. It would go something like this: “I went camping this weekend and it was rough. I cuddled up in my king size bed and went to watch TV and realized we didn’t have DVR?!!? Can you imagine?”
But seriously, it’s really a necessity to stay in a cabin. I have a 2 year old little girl and I just can’t imagine getting her to nap or sleep on the ground. So, there. That’s a pretty good reason, isn’t it? It has nothing to do with my love of air conditioning and a nice comfy bed. Not to mention a bathroom close by.
I have a feeling we won’t be the only ones in the cabins. Maybe we can all carpool to the campsite. I mean, who really wants to walk that far?