I’m glad I made a reservation early for camping at Green Mountain Park on Memorial Weekend because the place was packed this weekend. We didn’t get to camp near the creek this time, which gave us the opportunity to camp in different sections of the campground.
They had a spot open when we checked in and it was on the hill. We traded our camper for an RV recently and it is a lot nicer than our old one.
The RV has one slide out, which makes it more roomy.
I like this section of the park, I think it has a better view from up here.
My GI Joe sister came to visit on Sunday and she made Tum Mak Houng (Spicy papaya salad) for lunch.
My sister Bee also came up to visit.
This beats backyard camping.
Bo likes the RV much better since he didn’t have to do the hookup and a lot easier to park.
It’s nice to be able to spend time outdoor, most campers have golf carts to ride around but we walked everywhere and it’s a great exercise.
We spotted a huge dead fish by the rock, I didn’t think they have one this big up here.
The American rhododendrons are in bloom along the foot of the mountain near the creek.
My dad and Lee by the lily pond.
The frogs are huge, and the tadpoles look like fish with legs.
We spotted a black and a brown snakes by the lily pond.
The swimming pools are open and the sign in the background read ‘Warning No Lifeguard on Duty’.
The 3 day weekend was too short, but I’m not complaining.
Photos were taken with Canon T2i, EF 24-105mm f/4L IS USM lens, and EF70-200mm f/4L USM lens.