That issue resolved, Henry celebrated the summit of the highest point on this trip, Overpass Hill:
On the Heritage rail trail, we stopped to take a breather. Henry read me a touching story about another father and son:
It's amazing how his reading has progressed after one year of kindergarten. Thank you, Mrs. Knostman!
We arrived at Homestead Park and set up camp. Then it was off to the playground. They had the usual large playstructures:
After a game of checkers, we checked out what crafts they had for the kids to do:
and then we played cornhole and that bolo game:
Of course, no campout is complete without s'mores:
Then it was time to hit the sack:
Saturday morning, we were up by 6:15 and on the road about 20 minutes later. We stopped at Amlin to have a quick cheese sandwich for a breakfast appetizer:
We also stopped at #15 Dalmore Park to see what they had. Their most unusual feature was a small free library box:
But unfortunately, there were several books left out that were soaked by the overnight dew. Maybe this says something about the price you pay adding value to what you get, or maybe kids are just messy.
We made on more stop, this time for breakfast #2:
One down, 36 to go.