Saturday, June 30, 2012
We are currently camping at the Deer Haven camp-grounds. Honestly, we were all expecting a slightly sub par camping experience given the inexpensive camp fee. All we were looking for was a patch of grass, a tree, and an electrical outlet. Deer Haven far exceeded our expectations. The only things not at this campground that we see at more expensive grounds are the arcade games, which we have no real use for. Of course, they could still be hiding around here. A wonderful campground at a fantastic price. Just don't let that price fool you, we love this place!
Our camp site, as well as the grounds, are exceptionally clean. The only trash to be found was in the trash cans. Car paths are clear, making access to the sites a breeze. Electrical hook ups are safe, and in excellent condition. Site numbers are well marked.
The grounds are reasonably quite, there is plenty of wild life here to enjoy.
Enough about the grounds, let's talk about our stay here.
This is our second trip using our car as a camper. This has turned out to be a good idea. Hardly any set up, drives away in a flash. Why pack to go home and unpack to put it away? Just go home, and items can go straight from car to where they belong.
|It's a Car!|
|It's a Camper!|
|It's Logan! (shown here supporting our mission to raise awareness of healthy multiples)|
|....and Yes, Logan plugs in to run lights, the stereo, DC sockets, and charge the starter battery. Go Go Gadget Wagon! Also, with the parking lights engaged, two of our Pro Multiplicity stickers are illuminated for easy night viewing!|
We're having a great time. I'm getting in some meditation, Mia got to relax, Lilly will be reading later, and even Kate may get to relax out here. Mia and Luna will be playing Bingo in about 45 minutes. The only downside to this place is it costs money to take a shower, but the internet is free. Weird.
I guess if you're broke and can't take a shower, you can update your Facebook status about how smelly you are!
We have plenty of wildlife to hang out with.
Our mother brought us our camp stove so we won't have to fight with it like that again. I think tonight is spaghetti! Last night was soy chicken and vegetables. It was absolutely delicious!
Overall, we are having a great time. If you recognise us while out camping, please, come say "hi" and hang out with us a while. If you are camping in CT this summer, or fall, or even winter, let us know. Maybe we'll snag the site next to you!
We always welcome new friends.
Just please be aware that if you join us, we are, of course, Publicly Plural. We will not hide ourselves or act singlet in any way. Life is meant to be lived as yourself, and closets are for coats and brooms.
Monday, June 25, 2012
Our life as an open multiple has become something that "just is". We are just openly multiple. It's no longer these isolated events, and that lead to this blog becomming stale. So we're going to switch it up a bit. This blog won't just be about what happens when we tell someone we're multiple, but also about our life as a multiple. Maybe nothing specifically multiple related in nature happened in a particular day, but we can still post. Maybe we just had a good time together somewhere or something. In short, this blog will be including what we, an openly multiple system, are doing and experiencing. What is life like being openly multiple. More to come! Stay tuned!