Henrietta’s Camping Adventure

Rise and shine

Henrietta went camping!!!!!

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Dawn

She woke up to see all the boats at anchor in the beautiful bay, at the beautiful sunrise

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French Toast

She had honey on her French toast for breakfast, cooked at the picnic table on the Coleman stove. It tasted great!

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Set up

Then they set up the paddleboard….

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paddle

…and went off on a paddle. Henrietta sat on top of the snack bag with her seat belt on.

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approach

They paddled near to an island

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Crab Claws

…and collected crab claws and mussels for lunch and ate them on a clam shell plate.

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Large Rock Formation

They went exploring and found large rock formations…

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small

…and small ones. Henrietta sat in a heart-shaped one!

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Montague Harbour

Then she climbed up a rock wall and to the top of the sign showing where they were camping!

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Chips

They ate chips for a snack, and Henrietta put on her shell hat…

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shell beach

…that she found at the shell beach.

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whoops

Henrietta leaned a little too far over when she was looking at the oyster bed, but young human caught her before she fell right in.

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Rocky Beach

At the end of the day…

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setting sun

…they gazed at the beautiful clouds…

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Sunset

 

…and the setting sun…

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Hot Chocolate

….and they finished the glorious camping day with hot chocolate by lamplight!

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24 thoughts on “Henrietta’s Camping Adventure

  1. From Henrietta’s perspective given to us, it looks like it was a gloriously quiet day of sweet little treks and paddles here and there. Henrietta looked very prepared for this quaint adventure. Thanks for sharing, Henrietta!

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