Wow, high heat and humidity along with two camps moving in and out made for a tired Super Eagle and late blog post. Good thing there is a lake for the eagle to dip her wings in!
Friday brought the end of a busy week for Brownies as they wrapped up a week of fun in the sun and STEM! They experienced weather-related science and we even had young engineers hard at work. Of course there is always time for a little lounging, some great dragonfly crafts and a good campfire. All of this added up to some happy campers now resting up at home.
The Pathfinders practised building shelters with our program staff member, Coral. I was lucky enough to arrive for a visit just in time. Just as the shelters were ready, a rain storm appeared in the sky: high clouds moved in above the shelter, it began to shower and them a big downpour as the bucket clouds emptied. I am not sure who enjoyed it more? 😎 🦅
The weekend brought 16 Moms and 17 kids to camp for Wee Camp. It was a great bunch of campers and some fantastic leaders. The weather cooperated by having the thunderstorms scoot by us to the south so everyone was able to enjoy boating and swimming. Sunday brought the camp to a close with some water games and a picnic lunch outside Stavert lodge.
As we said hello to the new campers coming in for week 3, we waved goodbye to the tired Sparks and their moms. It is sure to be a quiet ride home with the little ones!