You know someone who has gone through this:
Enthusiastically, they opened up the door to their trailer, which had been in storage for the winter. They slowly entered the trailer and saw the horror – tiny little black “pebbles” scattered throughout the trailer.
A mouse or, most likely, mice called their trailer home throughout the winter.
Warming up by the fire after a great day of playing in the snow at the Village Suisse, in Val-David, Quebec.
In the past I have shared with you how we like to winter camp. Well, this weekend was our winter camping weekend away. It was a bit more glamorous than what we are used to, but I am not going to complain about that. 🙂
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It has been a very long winter for us this year and spring cannot come soon enough. We are anxiously awaiting the beginning of the camping season, but our plans are being foiled by the endless amounts of snow and reoccurring cold snaps. We are starting to wonder if we will be able to pull our trailer out of storage in April.
But today was different. Today Mother Nature blessed us with a beautiful day. So, we were very thankful and took advantage of a warm and sunny day.
As much as we love camping, we are not cold weather campers. I will confess that my husband does dabble in the insanity of winter tent camping, but the rest of the family prefers the warmth of a bed.
So, how does our family get our camping fix in the middle of winter? Well, we stay in cabins – camping cabins!
What exactly are camping cabins? Well, to us, camping cabins are tiny cabins that are minimalistic. They do not provide larger than life luxuries that are typically associated to “cabin” renting. They are simplistic.