We stayed at a KOA campground near Colorado Springs...I like staying at KOA's, they are usually well kept, safe and they have flushing toilets. This campground had a bunch of extras too, like a basketball court, mini golf, playset, swimming pool and right next to our site was a place to play ladders and horse shoes.
Ann made dinner for everyone that night in the dutch oven. She made cooked a meal with onions, potatoes, sausage and cheese. I ate everything minus the sausage and added a black bean burger to mine and it was all wonderful! Thanks Ann! After dinner we roasted marshmallows and ate smores.
Saturday morning our family got up between 6-630 and we started breakfast: French toast in the dutch oven made with a loaf of French bread, and sausage all made by Scott! Thank you dear! I also made some sticky buns/monkey buns in the dutch oven once we finished the French toast, not that we needed more, I've just been wanting to try that recipe in the dutch oven, and it worked (be sure to line with dutch oven with foil because they stick a lot!).
After breakfast we packed up camp and drove to the Garden of the Gods. It reminded Scott and I of Arches National Park in Utah with it's large, red clay rock formations. We hiked to the Balancing Rock and let the kids climb.