We stayed at a campsite called Shady Shores out by the Great Lakes. It's literally right on one of them and you can hear the waves lapping on the shoreline at night when it's quiet. During the day we went to the Sterling Renesance Festival. The kids had a good time and they both showed a like for bagpipes. Which I have to say, made us both happy.
Ethan was excited to go down the slide, but decided that the liked the maze they had there much better.
We sat and listened to these musicians perform while we ate our lunch. Bells and Motley, they have been part of the fair since it first started almost 30yrs ago.
Queen Elizabeth actress being carried along during the midday parade.
Stuck in the tent during a rainstorm that hit the second day. Luckily we didn't get the hail that also came with it.
Marching back up the hill at toddler speed.
Sophia had burned her hand the second day there. The sites had cast iron fire pits. She fell while playing when a fire was going. I was giving it some air before wrapping it back up again. I took her to the ped when we got back just to make sure it wasn't infected and that I was treating it properly. It's doing much better and is starting to heal up. She is going to have a big scar there now though.
Playing follow the leader around the empty campground.
Visiting the lake before heading home.
All in all it was a great trip and we can't wat to go camping again next summer.