After settling in the daughter-in-laws went into town to buy groceries that we would need for the next three days and when they got back our youngest son grilled hamburgers for supper that night. While he was grilling we girls and the grandkids went for a walk to the entrance of an underground cave where the water that feeds the river comes from. It was absolutely beautiful. The water is ice cold and is an azure blue color at the mouth of the cave.
With hungry appetites we returned to the cabin for a delicious meal of hamburgers with chips and dip.
Once everyone was fed a few games were played by the kids and Nana (me) and the guys decided to go to the tackle store to get their fishing license. It was pitch dark outside when they left and there were no street lights to light the way out of our area where the cabin was located. Our oldest son was driving his truck when he drove off the small bridge in front of our cabin and went over. His left front tire was hanging over the embankment with the rest of the truck still on the road. It was impossible to get the truck back on the road without some help.
The park ranger was close by and saw it happen and came over with his tractor and pulled my son's truck out. Luckily nothing was damaged and everyone was ok. So it was decided to wait until daylight to get the fishing license. With everyone tired we all went to bed because the next morning was going to come early. Stay tuned for tomorrows post of day two of our fishing trip.