Today was anticipated to be a washout, but luckily we avoided any showers on Columbia Lake. The campers feasted on cereal and golden bread for breakfast, along with the usual orange juice and hot chocolate. After cleaning the cabin/camp, the campers prepared for a raining morning so classes were held inside. While it didn't rain much they avoided a cold swimming day. Dinner was meatloaf, mashed potatoes, green beans, and layered cake for dessert. Rest hour brought a few rays of sunshine and the campers were able to go out for fourth period. After fourth period today, we had a special program. Ray from Bwana Iguana. He taught us all about snakes, turtles, a skink, and a baby alligator! Campers had the opportunity to hold a yellow Burmese python! It was a really cool program.
Supper was steak sandwiches with applesauce, carrot sticks, and chocolate cake for dessert. Tonight's evening program was a camper talent night! Campers sang, played instruments, performed comical skits, demonstrated karate, and there was LOTS of dancing :D
IT was a fabulous Tuesday! Check back tomorrow!
- The Birch Blogger