End of Season recap

Please forgive my lack of updating this blog. The reason why is that we had a very successful and busy first season! We had people from all over the United States who fell in love with the glamping experience, however I have to be honest, the love might have been stronger for Preston and Remington. They are great dogs! Remington who will play fetch for hours on end and Preston who saves his energy to chase away cattle, deer and bears.


We had such a great summer meeting the best of people. It was far better than anything we had ever hoped for. Wonderful children who were able to experience the unspoiled great outdoors and friendly dogs and an exceptional toddler and baby added to the laughter and adventure, not to forget the phenomenal Tai Chi retreat that provided insight and community to the group.


We have a 3rd tent for next season that Krista will be driving Greg crazy as she decorates this new one. Can't wait!


I hope all will consider returning next year and that we have the opportunity to meet new glampers!


Thank you all! Greg and Krista

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