What do fairies, a forest, and frolicking have in common? Why, Miss Mig and her merry band of birthday celebrants, that's what.
Taking her cue from the original Girl Camp in Elk River, Idaho, Mig turned her forested property into a private campground that she dubbed Girl Camp North.
Everyone had plenty of room to spread out for a weekend of helping Mig celebrate her birthday.
Here's my trailer, Iron Pony, set up in space #10.
This yummy orange and white Shasta is Miss Lisa's. She is Mig's friend and neighbor and this was her first weekend with the Girl Camping gang.
She definitely fit right in! Wig, fur, prom dress, cowgirl boots...Lisa had it all goin' on.
Mig's mom, Dickie, fit right in too. Would you guess she is 91?! She slept out in her trailer and can rock a pair of zebra boots like nobody's business.
This HUGE umbrella was contributed to the new campground by Miss Carolyn. She'd had it stored for years, wasn't planning to use it, and made a gift of it to Mig. It created the central gathering spot for a chilly north-Idaho-in-May weekend.
Highlight of the birthday bash was the extreme silliness of dressing up in fairy costumes and donning giant lips that made noise like a kazoo. You haven't heard "Happy Birthday to You" until.....
Go Dickie, go!
Dickie and Mig, mother-daughter forest fairies!
Carolyn made a set of wings that lit up. Gotta hand it to her for creativity.
Miss Linner came up with an amazing ensemble, complete with feather eyelashes and a fairy tiara made of chicken wire tipped with bells.
Linner and the Birthday Girl.
Here's the fairy flock, minus Miss Yvonne, who had some family duties at that moment.
The Little Little Trailer can't wait until the next round of fun comes around!