One of the reasons we chose to stay at a campground instead of wild camping is to test out our little electric heater. We bought a small heater from in Croatia for when we have hook-ups instead of using up our propane for heat. Plus it has a thermostat unlike our Olympian Wave 6 heater and that means we can leave it on all night without worrying about getting too hot.
As soon as the kids wake up, they roll out of bed looking for cats… whether the cats like it or not. Haha.
Don’t worry. This one that the kids named Twidget loved the attention.
We also woke up to this yummy treat from our camp hosts. It was baked phillo dough filled with cheese and it perfectly complimented by coffee this morning.
During a break in the rain today, we took off for a quick walk.
A tree taking over an older stone building.
Loving these moody winter colors.
And yes that’s Twidget. Following us wherever we go.
Watching the plants sway in the stream complemented by second cup of coffee nicely today too.
Surprised no one fell in today.
A peek at our dining room table set up. Love that our main chairs swivel.
A little house for the farm cats.
All three of them snuggled in there.
Our host asked if we wanted to take a peek at one of the older abandoned homes on his property and we jumped on it. This is us crossing over his 2500 year old bridge.
Walls covered with moss. Used to help keep the drafts out of the stone buildings built in the earlier days without mortar.
The front door.
And yes, the cat hiked with us once again.
Thirsty cats drinking from the cold stream.
Mila was convinced this cat was cold and needed to be wrapped up in her scarf.
Candy treat for hiking well.
Another coffee? Sure why not.
I can’t walk and take a photo with this little photobomber.
You’re lucky I love cats.
An unexpected pretty sunset tonight.
And we ended our night with some stew made in our pressure cooker.
Thanks for following our adventures,