After having been at Kanakuk family camp last summer, it was fun to experience such a difference kind of camp at PC. It was rustic. It was not flashy. It was camp. With horses too. Even the littles got to ride.
The first morning of camp it was drizzling and we had signed up for a camper call to come while we went on the trail ride and breakfast. I did not pack any rain gear. I was pretty much prepped for blazing hot summer since that is what Texas has. Wrong. Of course Aaron and I were the only ones that showed up at the barns at 7am. We weren’t going to let rain stop us from having a morning away from our
early risin and fussy beautiful children. After our ‘drippy’ ride through the trees, we enjoyed an i.n.c.r.e.d.i.b.l.e. country breakfast that was cooked over a hot pit. Our company was lovely and it was fun to just have our own little morning outing with the Hufstetlers.
Our week at camp was a bit damp. It rained a lot and cooled things off significantly. Coming from blazing hot Corpus, it was very refreshing. But one thing that got canceled during the week was the rodeo. Yes, the wranglers and other trained riders at camp do barrel racing, calf roping, and the kids get to chase little calves too. I do enjoy a good rodeo, if I must say so myself. But it would’ve been a swamp out in the arena…so they moved the rodeo inside. Very impromptu. Very hilarious. Very impressed with the talent of the ‘cowboys’ and ‘cows’ that did a fantastic job making us laugh. I haven’t laughed that hard in a long time.