Two really great things. How come when we were kids no one would let us play with a bond fire or play in the creek?<br><br>We burned ivy [trying to clear it all out of the area around a friend's cabin in the mountain by the creek] and other brush we cleared and the smell was so wonderful. We made paths outlined in logs and steps buttressed with rocks and had such fun. <br><br>We also moved rocks around in the creek to make step stones over to the other side and explored here and there checking out areas of poison oak to mark off and alert others to in future treks.<br><br>I think I would have made a pretty good pioneer woman! I finally gave up trying to keep my feet dry and just plodded around in the creek in my tennis shoes. Felt like a kid again.<br><br>And, god rest her soul, now that my mother is not around, I am in charge of me. I can do all the dangerous stuff she would not allow AND I can eat my desert before I eat the rest of the meal. Whoopie!<br><br>Hope you all had enjoyable weekends.<br><br>Kate<br> <br><br>
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