Beating the Heat
With a high of 92 degrees, Monday here at Camp Wyoming could easily be described as a scorcher. Despite the high temperatures and lasting humidity, campers didn’t just manage, but excelled, at having fun today!
The Explorers beat the heat both in the pool, creek stomping, and cooling off with SuperSoakers and other water games in Deer Meadow.
Discovery started the morning off with the Challenge Course to work on some team building and trust skills, then hitting the water in the afternoon, both at kayaking and the pool.
The Pioneers spent a good amount of time in the meadow, playing games, then built rockets, before breaking away for the late morning and afternoon. Lewis spent time playing water games and doing Bible study while Clark went creek stomping before dinner.
Middlers took to the water early and often, playing Kayak Polo in Frog Pond, and swimming. Both groups of Middlers enjoyed cookout meals around the fire for some bonding time early in the week.
The Night Owls started their day at 10 a.m., long after the rest of camp had risen for the day. But they still took advantage of day light, building and shooting rockets, taking a trip to Werden’s Cave in the afternoon, and hitting the pool before their lunch time at 5:30 p.m.
Leaders in Training:
The L.I.T.s stayed busy in the heat, doing the Challenge Course and archery, and learning fire building and cookouts, before enjoying a cookout lunch together. They also built and shot rockets before dinner.