Food: An Important Part of Camp Life

Morning brought a few morning dippers to the shoreline after a hot and humid night.

After breakfast, the Guides headed down to waterfront for boating and a swim.


Just before lunch, a car pulled in to camp and it was Donna, the missing link in the food building trio. It sure was nice to see her and thank you to Stephanie for kidnapping her for a visit. The laughter from Donna’s storytelling rolled down the hill to waterfront bringing news she was here. It was a great lift to everyone’s spirits.

In the afternoon, Pathfinders completed the Blueberry Island Life Jacket Swim (for another challenge crest) and Guides practiced lashing and fire starting.


The day ended with campers wrapping their dinner in foil packs and cooking it on the fire. It’s not a quick meal, but it is a delicious one and I saw Pathfinders coming for seconds to cook more.

The food service building was busy in the evening with all the campers and their leaders heading down to make sandwiches on the assembly line. Thanks to our food ladies, Holli and Charyl, we are all set with a picnic lunch for outrip canoeing tomorrow.

Have a good sleep everyone!


Super Eagle

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