The morning was hectic. I made an ultimate shopping and packing list for our camping trip, which was an entire day longer than the last and which needed much more preparation than our spur-of-the-moment trip to Yellowstone State Park!
My boyfriend and I went grocery shopping for the first real time and were shocked by how expensive it is to be alive! The real world is coming for us! Aaaahhhh T.T
When we got back to his house we made a giant batch of breakfast burritos! It was super crazy because the pan overflowed! We somehow managed to fit 12 eggs, 1 cup of mushrooms, 7 chopped up sausages, and a half cup of green onion into a medium pan! (before and after)
Hurray for burritos!!
After two more hours of running back and forth between houses to get everything we needed, we were finally ready to hit the road! It was a fairly long drive, but we made the best of it! I took lots of travel photos on the way up (more than half of our photos were of the road, actually. Oops).
Wisconsin is so beautiful :)
We stopped at a gas station next to this pretty little park area to grab coffee and flavored water.
Just a little bit further now!
The entrance to Devil's Lake State Park was a huge forest of tall trees with a lined stone archway. The road inside was gorgeous, but due to the lack of light I couldn't get any good pictures of it. Here's a view of the lake from near the railroad tracks!
We got to the park around 6pm and it took us until around 8pm to get fully setup. By that time it was getting dark so we started a fire to cook dinner.
Smiley face! (if I don't part my hair a certain way one side is longer than the other lol)
After eating dinner (and s'mores for dessert) we played around with long-exposure shots on my boyfriends camera. We got some pretty cool looking photos of the fire!
My favorite is the very last one! I moved the camera in circles!
Hi my name is Emilee and I am a kinesiology undergraduate student. These are my adventures as a young adult living in Milwaukee. Here I will share my experiences as I navigate through college. Thanks for stopping by!