After a great night, with only a few shenanigans and exploded glow sticks, we awoke to another beautiful day. The boys were the early risers.
We didn’t want to hurt the bat during our game of capture the flag, so we moved it out of the way.
For the first one, we had to all write down two words that we thought were important for our team this year. In our group we needed to decide on the importance of each of the words and write more important words on bigger paper.
Here are some of our lists
Thanks Colleen for coming up with the fun activity, we now have a great idea about our priorities for the team this year.
Our next activity was inspired by Doctor Who. Thanks to Jason for the creative challenges….we had a lot of fun! We had to complete several challenges to save the companions. One was a silent walk, in the dark (blindfolded) on a small path (climbing rope).
One of the team members could have night vision goggles (open eyes) and had to lead the rest of the group. This had to be done with silent communication or else the Rassillon warriors would attack!
The next challenge was to cross the bridge to the tower. There are two beams on the bridge that had to be connected at all times by people. We had to think carefully in order to get our entire group across without losing anyone to the Eternity Chasm (where they’d be lost forever in time)
After all that excitement we sure were ready for lunch!
Our after lunch activities included some fun, student-led games. The blanket games included getting our groups onto a blanket, and each time we succeeded, we folded the blanket in half and tried again. We got pretty close to each other!
and Chain Tag
We were pretty tired after all of this activity!
Many thanks to the parents and mentors who drove us to and from camp. Thanks to the K-Bots and mentors who created and led e fun activities and songs. Thanks to Velma (camp cook) and Carol (camp manager) for being the sous-chef and more