We always have the annual Lundberg family reunion at the infamous Cub River. I love it up there. There is grass, shady trees, bathrooms, and delicious food. Not that I hate the outdoors, it's just nice to have a luxurious camping experience every once in a while. We even had some kid bow and arrows to practice some target shooting.
A few weeks after Cub River we planned a camping trip with some friends.
We didn't go too far, just up American Fork canyon, but it was quite the adventure. Luckily Brandon and I were in a Jeep...the Honda Civic passengers and drivers were not so lucky.
Other than some tense drivers and a few strange looks from others on 4-wheelers we safely made it to our camping spot...after moving down the road once our tent was already set up.
It was enjoyable camping with "non-campers," having our own version of "top-shot," and successfully making it through the night with a full air mattress...others were not so fortunate.
Brandon was the best with the shotgun.
Me + 357 Magnum = ...I don't know yet
Here we have Devin trying to shoot the clay pigeon with the shotgun, if he misses Roy will try with the 22 pistol and if he misses Brandon will try with the 22 rifle...at least it makes for a good picture.
Brandon's favorite was seeing a Moose early in the morning! We were all jealous that we didn't see it...but here's the proof that there was indeed a visitor at our campsite.
I've been able to check off camping on my list of "to-do's" for the year...now I just need to convince Brandon to hike Maple Mountain with me. He promised he would when it gets a little cooler.