Too Fun to Leave Tomorrow
Camp Wyoming campers spent their last full day of camp taking in every opportunity they could get to have fun and be together. Here’s what we did today:
The Explorers spent their day kayaking, creek stomping and in arts and crafts. They took the afternoon to hit the pool and do Bible study together.
Discovery campers spent the morning doing Bible study and launching rockets, and headed to the pool, arts and crafts, and to Bible study in the afternoon.
Sports I campers built and launched rockets in the morning, enjoyed a cookout lunch, and hit the Challenge Course and the pool in the afternoon.
The Pioneers hit the archery range today, along with arts and crafts, for a busy morning. In the afternoon, they hiked to Horsethief cave and went swimming.
Sports II campers took a morning trip to Werden’s Cave, and went swimming and canoeing in the afternoon, before enjoying a cookout dinner.
The Middlers group spent the morning on the slip and slide and in Bible study. They took an afternoon tubing trip and launched rockets before dinner.
The Night Owls woke up at noon today, and launched rockets after breakfast. They also went swimming, went to the Challenge Course, and played kayak polo and GaGa Ball.
Water Adventures campers did archery in the morning, and took the rest of the day at Jellystone Park to do some cooking out, games, and Bible study.