Yesterday, we left Buck Hall and arrived at Sesquicentennial State Park, Columbia, SC. It is a beautiful park and only a couple of miles from our son and DIL’s house. The campground is located in the pines and there are a few tight drive through spots;0))
Our site is a great pull-through.
Even though it is close to the road,
Both of the kids had to work today.
Once we got set up, we went for a walk around the state park.
This park was built by the CCC .
After our walk, we called the kids and
arranged for them to have breakfast with us today at the campground.
Nancy cooked her delicious buckwheat pancakes and made fruit smoothies.
We all enjoyed the great meal!!
We showed off our new home to them and
Brian found his favorite spot;o))
They had to go home early afternoon to put their house back together. Yesterday, they had all the carpets and big furniture pieces steam cleaned. They wanted to put the furniture back where it belongs. After they got their chores done, they came back for a cookout!!
You can’t have a campfire cookout without
Smores for DESSERT!!
However, we took it up a notch!!
We used Crunch Bars instead of Hershey Bars and
This is GOOD stuff!!!
We swapped stories and had lots of laughs
It was a great day!!
Tomorrow we are going (rain or shine) on a guided kayak trip
Brian and Chris gave us for a Christmas Present!!
That should be lots of fun!!