“Is it time to go camping?” Austin asks.
“Not yet. We haven’t finished packing,” Mom answers. Dad carries the Air mattresses up from the basement. Austin’s brother, Dylan, has no trouble carrying the two room tent because it’s so light. Austin finds his dad outside.
“Is it time to go camping yet?” he asks.
“Not yet,” Dad tells him as he loads the Cooler and Chairs.
“Don’t forget to leave room for the Dog,” Dylan yells out the front door.
Mom is in charge of the food. In the kitchen, she gently packs the Eggs and pancake batter for breakfast. After the Fishing poles are packed, Dad checks the batteries in the Flashlight while Mom gets the Griddle and the Grill. Austin puts on his lucky fishing Hat and new Hiking boots. “Is it time to go camping yet?” he asks.
“Almost,” Mom replies, out of breath.
Dad throws his hands in the air, “We forgot Ice for the cooler.” He runs to the freezer. Dylan appears with his bug Jar that he uses to catch fireflies. Austin thinks bugs are gross. He’d rather go Kayaking on the lake.
“Is it time to go camping yet?” Austin asks.
“Pretty soon,” Mom assures him as she packs the Ketchup.
“Don’t forget the Lanterns,” she tells Dad.
We have a bed experience with our last tent. It was definitely not a best family tent for camping. We couldn’t hang the lantern in it and had to put it on the ground. It caused too many inconvenience.
She turns to Austin and asks, “Do you know where the Marshmallows are?”
“I ate them,” Austin says, grinning.
Dad interrupts. “Have either of you seen 1 the fishing Net?” They shake their heads no.