Thursday, December 26, 2019

Cooper Lake State Park

During Thanksgiving week, Brady and I spent a couple of nights "camping" in a cabin at Cooper Lake State Park. We had a lakeside cabin and enjoyed the beautiful view.  We hiked, played at the playground, built campfires, watched sunsets, gazed at the stars, and really enjoyed our time together at Cooper Lake SP.

Me and Brady and the ladybug.

Brady spent lots of time climbing around on the rocks that lined the shore by the cabins.

Enjoying the view.

Brady did an excellent job with the campfire.

Sweet boy.

There were lots of funny moments on our hike.

Shoes caked in mud.

Brady caught this little frog - and later put it in my hair.

Mile 5 of our 10 mile hike.  Halfway done!

Curved trees make the best rest stops.

The end of a long day's hike.  This was Brady's second 10-mile hike, and he did great!

Spinning on this thing was probably his favorite thing to do at the playground.

Brady and another boy from a nearby campsite, who had fun playing together one evening.

Campfire #2.

Brady's marshmallow boat creation.

Launching his marshmallow boat in the lake.

A beautiful Texas sunset.

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