Posted March 08, 2018 06:03:49The past week has been a whirlwind.
Josh Tree, my favorite camp site in the world, has been open for just over three weeks.
I went camping with Josh Tree last year.
I had the most fun and had the best time I’ve ever had at camp.
There was a lot to love about Josh Tree.
It was an all-natural camping experience, and it was free.
Camping was the best part of camping.
It’s just so peaceful and peaceful.
Josh’s campsite was beautiful, with lush green grass and a beautiful river.
It had a nice little lake and a small pond that could be swept away by the water.
Josh had a lot of animals at his site.
I remember one day when we were hiking, we saw a bear.
We stopped to take pictures of the bear.
Josh took photos of his camp, too.
Josh was a very active person.
He was always out and about and enjoying the view.
Josh did a lot for the campers and the community.
He helped people by offering shelter and food.
Josh was always there to help the camp and the people around the camp.
Josh also gave back to the community and the park by helping people with camp equipment.
Josh was a fantastic volunteer.
Josh made everyone feel at home.
I was so grateful that he was a part of this community.
Josh is a wonderful and caring guy.
We miss Josh a lot, and we can’t wait to see what he brings to Josh Tree this year.
Josh loved to be outdoors and was always on the go.
He loved to help people and loved to share what he had learned with the people.
He will be missed by all who knew him.
Josh would be proud to be remembered as a true icon of what a true wilderness camp site should be.
Josh’s legacy will live on for years to come.
Josh passed away peacefully at his camp on Friday, March 7.
Josh, we will miss you.
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