For those of you that really know me, know that I used to hate feet. I mean deeply, deeply hate feet. And I don't just mean my own! All feet were subject to my disapproval. I've come a long way over the years. I'm not going to say that I love them now, but at least I'm willing to talk about them, get regular pedicures, wear sandals, and as you will see, take pictures of them.
Since we have started camping over the years, it amazes me to think about all the feet that have walked on the same campsites that we have, strolled on the same beaches, and simply walked on the same earth. Someone started a thread on one of the camping groups that I belong to on Facebook that asks, "Where are your feet?" I enjoy following it to see where people are camping and what new adventures I can add to our list.
Over Labor Day weekend, my feet were at Lake Hudson Recreation Area in Hudson, MI. This campground is just about 45 minutes from our house. The best part about going here is that Jimmy picked me up from work at 5 pm and by 6 pm this was my view. It also made for a very short commute home on the busy holiday weekend.
|Where are your feet?|
We have camped at Lake Hudson before and this time was a very different experience. Being a holiday weekend, the campground was packed. The campsites are great as they wide open and spacious. You are completely secluded from your neighbor. A friend that came out to visit called our site the "Campsite Cubicle." She was so right! We couldn't see anyone, but we could hear everything our neighbors were talking about and doing. It was loud and no one had any respect for quiet hours. Finally, there wasn't any presence of DNR Rangers/Officers to enforce the rules. Unfortunately, this will probably be the last time we camp at Lake Hudson.
On the plus side, the weather for the weekend was outstanding! Here's a few photos:
|Campsite #5 at Lake Hudson|
|It was a great day at the beach!|
|This picture doesn't do the sunset justice, but it was a|