On the way to the Kensington fireworks this weekend we had to pull over for these beauties. Which reaffirms my happiness over living in Milford. Ok this love-of-place happens daily for me, but I’ll also admit I have no idea what this wagon was doing. Except making me happy. So I’ll just continue to believe that’s why it was out there.
They learned so much in 3 half days, including a choreographed drill which was so fun to watch! They also got to bathe and braid the horses and make horse treat pizzas of rice cakes, molasses and carrots. They even made their own sweet shirts which they cherish. I am just so impressed with this operation.
And the #1 thing the kids would like you to know about horse camp is “the people are just so nice!” Hooray for a complete home run!
Here is the rest of the story. Nothing but love, love, love for our new friends.It is the perfect way to start a summer says I (who now speaks from experience). And as I post this, I shall promptly be booking another campsite on Lake Huron.
We took this wonderful little camping trip right before school got out. It officially pushed me over the edge in love with Lake Huron. Also, camping together with like-minded friends and kids who keep one another happily busy all day… This is where it’s AT, fellow parents.