William, ok busted. Patti was in charge of the coffee, bacon, and eggs. I was in charge of the toast because the toaster is a complex instrument… that allows me to play with fire. I am also the historian.
Selena, No raccoons. We did have a run in with a band of squirrels. We left a small jar of peanut butter on the picnic table and when we returned, we had a gang (yes I believe they had tats) of squirrels. They had somehow removed the lid and they were scooping out the goods with their bare paws/claws.
Tam, that would have been cool… maybe next time you vacation in the mountains of western Maryland.
And I thought I had a grand time dressing up as an angel bear and entertaining the neighborhood at the annual church festival. You got my imagination going about what it would be like to wake up in that tent and look out on that lake. Beautiful photographs!
We did cook a great deal of food (great deal) in the “toaster.” (I see toaster in quotes and think of “laser” … haha). But by dividing up the cooking (evenly of course) we arrived at breakfast much sooner.
That looks like a great camp site. The tent looks very comfy. I think eating outdoors makes food taste better, as long as someone else does the hunting, fishing, cleaning and cooking. The eating part I can handle.