Many, many games of cornhole were played over those two weeks.
We would play cornhole until it got so dark you could barely see what you were throwing at.
Sometimes it seemed that no matter how hard you tried those bags just refused to go through the hole.
...but not as much as we would have liked because Chuck got a flat in his bike the last week. :(
Of course, we ate lots of good food. Unlike "Feed Week" in Daytona where we would eat out every night, these good Southern chefs cooked anything from grilled burgers, hot dogs and steaks, to quesadillas and fajitas.
And there were desserts EVERY NIGHT!!! Now that's my kind of camping! :) We had apple dumplings, peach cobbler, s'mores, brownies, chocolate chip cookies, pecan pie, banana nut bread, and homemade ice cream. We even made ice cream in a Ziploc bag.
We played lots of card games including 7-up, SkipBo, Golf, Nerts, and Spades. And the weather was just about perfect with just a few rain showers.
But even when it rained, we thought of fun things to do. Chuck even learned how to give me a French manicure!
We were treated to some "rolling bluegrass" around the circle too.
Everyone was excited when the 4th of July arrived.
The first event of the day was the annual campground parade...
...accompanied by the annual water gun fights! :)
Next, was cake, punch and watermelon at the recreation field in the campground.
Jake tried to give Chuck some of his sticky watermelon but Chuck didn't want any.
Then, the games began: sack races, tug-of-war, and the annual Fall Creek Falls Egg Toss. There were more people participating in the egg toss than any other competition.
Little Joah was showing us he was ready to toss some eggs! :)
Chuck and Donald paired up for the egg tossing event. Hope you have as much fun watching it as I did! :)
We rested for a little while that afternoon and then headed over to the Rec Hall for some ping pong.