We (ok, me) have been wanting a pop-up camper for a long time, so when a friend was selling his at a reasonable price, we couldn’t pass it up.
I’ve already imagined all the places we will explore, and Country Man sees a fall season of more comfortable hunting trips.
There are many tucked away spots to camp in South Dakota, as well as big name camping sites like the Badlands. Country Man has never been through it, so it’s high on our list for the next stay-cation.
As a kid, my neighbor took my sister and I and his daughters to the Badlands to camp, but I didn’t see it the way he did. The work, time and money invested into the travel, along with the beauty of the scenery and the break from everyday life. I’d like to go back there and see it with adult eyes.
Country Man set it up last night, and today I will fill it with sheets and blankets and kitchen tools.
The iced coffee is made, the animals are fed (including the buffalo calf, but that’s another post), the lawn is mowed, and the day is young.
Better get started. I just wanted to show off our new camper.
See you soon!