We spent a little time across the Delaware River this week. Ryan and Carolyn would be out of town and we were the designated puppy sitters. Erin was house sitting there so there would now be six hands to try and handle the spoiled “Sadie”. Beagles never stop. Despite a myriad of intermittent walks and allowing her to run free for an hour or more, her energy level was still off the meter. But how could you not fall for this face. A day and a half in the Garden State satisfied my need for a travel fix. I left the girls and returned home alone.
Passing through the entrance gate a bit forlorned, I saw lighted trees with red bows adorned.
Then what to my wondering eyes should appear, but Jerome hanging wreaths while Jerry stood near.
At weeks end it shall be Christmas in October, I think I”m seeing things, ah, but no, I’m still sober.
The trolleys is ladened with green garland galore, so Dave can drive the park with campers galore.
Park models are outlined with strands of colored light, while residents turn lawns into blowup Disney sights.
Klaas is reveling as his kingdom gets dressed , for a most glorious holiday for each of his guests.
The main hall proves host to a Christmas cuisine, but it could be the cover for Martha Stewarts magazine.
No place have we camped with frills such as this, so once again we’re moved by such Christmas bliss.
This weekend we all celebrated the annual Christmas in October at Lake In Wood. Here above the Mason-Dixon line, weather dictates a November closing. The park was full, the camaraderie was in best of holiday spirits, and no one left without a positive comment. It was “glamping” at its best. Enjoy the slideshow that gives you a smidgen of our eye candy.