In July my family took a little trip to up-state NY. It was a wonderful family trip. Carver was great in the car ride and really seemed to enjoy tent camping. The reason our vacation led us to this particular region of the country was for the annual Slip-N-Slide Party hosted by a really friendly couple and their family, the Rouleau Family.
We packed our car and got on the road heading first to go camping in the finger lakes. We stayed at a camp ground that was once an old airforce base. It was definitely a unique facility and we really enjoyed our stay here. We didn't do too much adventuring. Ben and I were pretty interested in just camping and relaxing at our site. Carver had a really nice time running around the site and playing in the play ground. It's not hard to entertain a toddler. We're going to really enjoy these early years with him as much as possible.
When we packed up camp we headed up to Mac and Tone's for another incredible leg of our journey. We met so many really fantastic people, played in the water, petted some chickens, enjoyed some picnic food and sang with a talented musician from Nashville. There was so much that happened just in the day of the party it's hard to capture everything. It was definitely a special trip that Ben and I will remember for years to come. It really solidified our belief in the maker community and helped us both to come a little more out of our shells. I'm hoping to expand more on this experience in future posts.
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