A cold October night overlooking the creek will make one appreciate a cheerful fire inside.
Frazier and Sarah, the latter in a snit at the moment, sit by the fireplace with Sarah's Cat-O-Lantern.
The tree service that dropped the tree that was threatening to fall on the house quoted us their $175.00 minimum to cut the tree that fell parallel to the creek into two foot segments. It is a lot bigger than it appears in this picture, and it will be worth it to us to have it cut up so we can burn it in our fire pit down below.
No trip to the Camp is complete without at least one rainy night. There is no better sleep than sleeping under a pile of covers on the king size top bunk at the cabin with rain hitting the roof just three feet from you. The Boong quickly fell under its spell Friday night.