Today was our last day in Muskegon State Park. We woke around nine to a sunny morning, with the silhouettes of a few caterpillars shining through the tent roof. We got ready at the campground. Then, we packed up our tent and gear and headed for the campground that my boyfriend’s family were staying at.
When we arrived, his family had already kindly cooked a breakfast of sausage, pancakes with homegrown blueberries, and eggs from their chickens. We sat in camping chairs around the fire pit, talking and laughing. It was a pleasant time.
In the early afternoon, we said our goodbyes. My boyfriend’s aunt gave us eggs, fresh from her chickens and ducks. His uncle gave us honey, fresh from his honeybee farm.
Now, I’m back to the office until the next adventure.