I had aaaalllllll these pictures loaded onto blogspot last week. .
So I could work on them in my downtime from nursing duties at Wild Horse Camp. .
And the internet connection was out while we were there!!
And, as you noticed. .
No blogging happened!
So, I think I will back track a bit.
One of the reasons that I like to post details about our camps. .
Is that I tend to use other people's ideas. .
Why re-invent the wheel??
And I am always amazed at how people find their way to my little ole blog. .
Googling for a specific idea seems to be a main way in!
So, if you are here looking for some ideas for a safari themed camp. .
I hope this helps!!
|Hilary leads the group in a fun safari themed food class|
As per our usual day camp format. .
We divided the kids into groups.
This year we had over 100 kids attend the camp!
Each group had at least one high school aged counselor and then several junior high age counselors. .
Consisting of the best sandwiches EVER (according to Devin).
The fancy submarine hoagie bun made the ham, turkey, and cheese sammie ROCK!
The craft class had the kids working on real Bow and Arrows!!
They used thin plastic pipes. .
Strung them up with string. .
And duct taped some designs on them!!
Finally, as the day came to a close. .
They ran an obstacle course. .
And despite the unexpectedly cool weather. .
It totally BEAT the 109 degree temperatures that we experienced last week at our 3 day 4-H camp in Scott City. .
More on that to come later!!
Glad to be back this week!
True to my discombobulated fashion. .
There will be posts on a little of this. .
And a little of that!!
Have a STUPENDOUS Monday ya'll!!
Come back soon. .