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Wordless Wednesday: Flash Flood Camping Style

These pictures were taken as the flash flood was dying done.  I was too busy holding my tent up in the air when it was at its worst.

22 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday: Flash Flood Camping Style”

  1. Sorry I'm so late in getting around to visiting those that signed my linky last week. Busy summer I guess. 🙂

    Been there done that with the flooded camping. It can be fun and not so much fun all together. I think it depends on if you're a child or an adult. 🙂

  2. I took my wife camping when we were first going out together. Fortunately I woke up in the shallow end. She still married me and now we have a great story to tell.

  3. I think flooded camping can be fun at times depending on your mood. However for me, it is not appealing haha I still choose to camp on dry ground, cleaner, safer, less mosquitoes too. And worse, I think water attracts snakes and that's a big no no for me. So, no flooded camping for me ever 🙂

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