Dancing in the Rain
Tuesday’s rain showers failed to keep Camp Wyoming campers and staff inside for very long. Here’s an update on what each camp did today!
The Explorers hit the sling shots, and some bullseyes, today, before enjoying Bible study and swimming. They said goodbye to camp in the afternoon, their last stop being arts and crafts.
Discovery campers had an active day today, at the zorb balls and at archery in the morning. They cooled off by spending the afternoon doing arts and crafts and swimming.
Pioneers had a busy morning of playing with zorb balls and challenging themselves and each other at the Challenge Course. The afternoon was a more casual affair, with Bible study, swimming, and arts and crafts.
The Middlers had a fun day of bubble soccer with LIT and Night Owl campers, arts and crafts, building and launching rockets, and creek stomping. Middlers B even enjoyed a tubing trip down the river during the afternoon.
Beginning their day at noon today, the Night Owls began the day by launching the rockets they built yesterday. They enjoyed the water when it was possible, with canoeing, swimming during the day and a special night swim, but not before a cookout dinner around the fire.
Leaders in Training:
The L.I.T.s learned a lot today, between Bible study and overnight trip preparations. But they were still able to squeeze in bubble soccer with the Middlers camp, and a trip to the high ropes course.