Brothers Campfire Adventure 06/28/2020

Where will the adventure lead? What will become of us?

A journey begins with the first step… Or the turn of an ignition. We loaded up our portion of the tribe and set out on an adventure.

I left a note with my pastor to stay accountable as to me being away, and arraigned for animal care. Currently, A legal team resides at Willow Manor; Smith, Wesson, and Ruger. Thank you legal team, I appreciate my family.

Gas, or Petrol is a necessary requirement for this adventure. Perhaps I should have considered this before I began.

As our tribe is rather outdoorsy, I have a large 8 man tent that is rated for durability.

It was with a heavy heart that we had to rent a space at an RV park. This is not camping to us, but it sure beats a hotel. Can you believe people sleep in such claustrophobic places? I only will out of necessity.

A meal of very spicy chili was prepared by my beloved. It was excellent fare cooked by an incredible companion.

The night was initially fearsome from the unfamiliar sounds. I sent an 11 year veteran of the great unknown to discover the source. I would have gone myself, but I was encouraged to provide overwatch of the camp.

The rail thin, but powerfully agile scout returned with news. It was an encampment of warriors, thousands of them, wading in the nearby marsh, singing songs of battle. They sang throughout the night of their greatness.

Well, thats what I have for now. I will keep you posted soon.

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

16 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Adventure 06/28/2020

  1. herbthiel says:

    Depending on the situation and purpose hotels can be claustrophobic. The first kind of camping I ever did was at a “campground” like that. Did the mighty veteran tell the warriors, “If you’re feeling froggy, then jump?”

  2. Beverly says:

    Camping ⛺️ is truly the best vacation. I remember our family’s frequent camping adventures as if they occurred yesterday, 50 years later! Your adventures on this trip will be a lasting memory…enjoy!

  3. Seoul Sister says:

    The rustic look to the photos go well with the words, I’m not an experienced camper but I like hiking. The frog is awesome🤗

    1. Benjamin says:

      Thank you, little sister! I appreciate the feedback. Perhaps you can try your strength against Pikes Peak one day!


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