Cameron looks like it's just another day in Charleston and I look like I should be in Antarctica. Don't care though, I was WARM.
The sunset was gorgeous, as usual.
That night, we grilled some hot dogs and brats on a portable grill that Andy brought, and later roasted marhmallows over the fire and made s'mores.
When the moon was first coming up over the water, it was SO huge and orange, we literally did not know what it was at first. (Could have had something to do with the adult beverages.) I couldn't really get a good picture of it, so this one will have to do.
We went to bed around 1am when the firewood supply started to dwindle and I can honestly say that I was not cold at all. Waking up in the morning to the sound of crashing waves was so peaceful, too. When we got home around 11am, we got out of our stinky campfire smelling clothes, took nice hot showers, and laid on the couch alllll day.
I'm so glad we went and will not be as nervous next time someone asks us to go camping!