Friday afternoon at 5:30, the call came. "Saulsbury's open!" Saulsbury Bridge Recreation Area is a wonderful county park that is one of our favorite close-by jaunts. We never got there last year because it didn't open until midsummer due to spring and early summer flooding and the rest of the camping season was pretty booked up. We mulled it over for about 17 seconds. We couldn't make it work Friday night, but we could by mid-Saturday.
The 'S'moreos' are an internet hint that involves separating an Oreo into halves and putting a roasted marshmallow in between the two. Not bad.
Sunday we trekked to town for church--just 20 miles--and then back for 'hobo dinners' over the fire. All in all, despite the total lack of planning, a successful trip. After all we had good friends, good food, and good weather. What more do you need?
And, by the way, Garrison Keillor was awesome!