There was wildlife.
And I quote:
Andrew: We can hear elk all around. We saw 15 today. Should have success tomorrow.
Ali: Are you having fun? Are you bonding?
(*side note: typical Ali is more interested in the relationship, warm fuzzy, bonding portion of the trip)
Andrew: Yes. This is almost as good as being on Survivor. Except steak for every meal.
Andrew: It rained most of today. We are supposed to get 8 inches of snow between now and tomorrow afternoon.
Andrew: I think there will be horse and elk hunts in our future. Other than the lack of toilets, I think you would love it.
Ali: Seriously? I would love it? Trying sending me to Hawaii instead. :)
Despite the lack of photographic evidence that Andrew was there, it was apparent that he had a blast. I'll be honest, I was less than enthused over the timing of his last minute trip. While camping/hunting with Bubba was always in the cards, this particular trip conflicted with the Super Saturday activity that I was in charge of. Add three children and two soccer games into the mix and you're left with a crazed wife. Thankfully my Mom jumped in on Andrew's behalf making his absence on Saturday manageable and thus saving our marriage. Ha ha ha. That was a joke.
Seriously though, thank you Mom for watching the kids. I sure enjoyed sharing their games with you. I extend my deepest apologies over my ignorance to the fact that your camping chair was broken.
Thank you Bubba for providing Andrew with such a memorable outing. It 'spoke' to his nature loving soul. Feeling as though he had his fix of