Somehow we were blessed with a snow free weekend and we took advantage of it by heading to none other than Door County, do you even expect anywhere else at this point? We drove up Saturday and headed straight to Frontier Wildness Campground to set up our tent because the weather forecasters were saying rain was headed our way and we are always are setting up our tent in the rain, in the pitch dark, so we wanted to avoid that this time with Cole. This was Cole’s first real camping adventure and that seems so weird to say. Troy and I are avid hikers and campers who grew our relationship out in nature. Since we’ve been in Wisconsin, we have not yet gotten used to the fact that campgrounds and state parks close for camping come the end of October. Say what?? That’s when camping and hiking season starts in my world. Who is out there hiking with snakes, bears, and all the bugs? I don’t mind them, but I also don’t prefer them. I prefer crisp snow on the ground where every step is heard a mile away. When you hear the tiny knocks of a woodpecker in the distance and the cold air and elevation increase pump you lymph. When you need to snuggle in your -30° mummy sack because your Dad doesn’t believe in tents and your bed consists of pine needles, also I’m allergic to pine, so that was fun! lol.