Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Park Life

Our park, otherwise known as BearCountry, has been our home since May of 2008. In our backyard you will find 200+ acres of ponds, woods, playgrounds, trails, a lake, a boardwalk, and a whole bunch of campsites.  Our home sits at the entrance of the park so we are set apart from the actual campground, but we are close enough to not miss any of the action. 

Six months out of the year we help run the campground. It is a seven day a week job so by the end of the season we are ready for some quiet time. The length of that break depends on when the snow flies because we rent cross country skis and snowshoes in the winter months. When we aren't renting skis or snowshoes we spend the winter hibernating in our 80 year old farm house waiting for the first signs of Spring.

Click here to read all the entries I've written about our busy (but blessed!) life in the park.

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