When Friday came around, we were worried for a little while because the weather forecast was calling for rain all weekend. We are not seasoned campers like the Boy Scouts in the family, so rain didn't sound like much fun. We also would not have been allowed to go horseback riding if the weather wasn't cooperative. By 3:00 though, it was looking pretty good up by Gainesville and they hadn't experienced the rain that we had gotten in McKinney. The girls and I packed up, went to ballet class and then headed to Camp Tonkawa.
We arrived at 7:30, just in time for the sun to sink into the horizon and the rain to start. Our friends arrived and we go 3 tents up in the semi-darkness...in the rain. It was just sprinkling, so it wasn't really interfering with anything.
The girls were all so excited. They ran around exploring and, periodically check in to lend a hand. Once the tents were up, it was about time to turn in. The girls giggled and talked until about 10:30.
We got up bright and early (some of us earlier than others) to start our day of Horse Camp.
April and Randy had pancakes waiting for us to start our day and then it was off to see some horses!