Camping in Colville Posted byRESCUED RELICSJuly 24, 2016July 24, 2016Posted inpapa, Parks, RV, tripsTags:Camping, Colville National Forest, Noisy Creek Campground, Sullivan lake Noisy Creek Campground near Cusick, WA on Sullivan Lake Colville National Forest We’d planned to stay a couple of days, but after a long restless night, one day was plenty! We still had enough time to soak in the sights made plans to kayak on this lake another time Saw the creek that gave the campground its name Enjoyed the amazing beauty that surrounded us feeling mesmerized by it’s never ending charm Blew bubbles and wittled sticks perplexed about what kind of bug this was, and enjoying that fact that we couldn’t look it up on our phones! got some good laughs and made some special memories. We stayed at site #4, very spacious and somewhat secluded Pops did some off road adventuring I gazed at the clouds passing over the trees Mitch make fire! He man of tribe! campfire pretty Enjoyed hot dogs and bbq potato chips As night came upon us, the man with a flower in his cap was ready to go home… and the night had just begun! Reminiscing about stories of the past Being up almost every hour during the night with pops made it seem as if we’d been camping for days. We were all ready to start loading, just a couple more pictures to capture the experience Heading home Over the red bridge we go A day of daisy’s and dillydally’n we will do for now, see you again soon AdvertisementShare this:FacebookMoreTwitterRedditPinterestLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by RESCUED RELICS Find treasures thought my journeys to re-home on eBay View more posts
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Thanks girl 🙂
I think I recognize that red bridge. And this is a great line – Blew bubbles and wittled sticks – would make a great title too, in the active tense.
Definitely a bridge worth crossing 🙂 didn’t even think of using that as a title, love it though!
And you should name that bug the Shawnus Colvillius. Submit it, see what happens.
I love the idea of naming that bug, sounds very official. Then it’s common name could be stripped flying fella. Haha