On Monday I went to Johnson Shut-ins State Park with my mom and dad. The park's trail runs along the rocky riverbed that runs through a mountain, and most people use the park to climb around in the river rocks and explore the different pools and waterfalls.
It's really slick and kind of scary climbing around. I thought I was going to slip and hit my head, and I almost washed away down the river one time!
But, all in all, the park was really beautiful and we had a good time...
...especially making fun of the emergency preparedness signs.
|We had to take this picture to show my Floridian friends what the "beach" is like in Missouri. Sidenote: This sign failed to mention the "condition" that sometimes the water is suddenly 40 feet deep. Who knew?|
|Like running 200 steps up a hill is going to save you if the dam breaks. The dam broke when I was a kid and devastated the area so much that the park was closed for 2 years. Thanks for trying, I guess?|
Again, my apologies for the extended blogging break (or at least the extended crafting break...). You'll be glad to hear I have had a few tutorial ideas during my absence. I hope all is well with you! Happy crafting!
P.S. I can tell this post is poorly written, but can't figure out how to fix it seeing as it's one o'clock in the morning and it's about a bajillion degrees in the room I'm writing from. Sorry! :)