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The Laziest Day of them All…

Thursday, July 6th, 2017

Woohoo! We love PJ Day!

Good afternoon, lovely people! Olive Oyl reporting for duty with your mid-day news.

We had an amazing morning at pool activities– it was the perfect weather, with lots of sun, a nice breeze, and perfect swimming temperature. We had fun on the slip n’ slide, making friendship bracelets, jammin’ on our ukes, and playing magic. We welcomed new campers and got them adjusted, signed up for our next set of classes, and new folks did swim evals and head checks with the nurses. We then enjoyed a delicious lunch before heading off to our cabins for rest period.

After recharging a little bit, we all participated in cabin day activities. Here’s what we did:

Loons made robot costumes and s’mores

Wombles decorated t-shirts

Avalon played manhunt

LCH went on a tour and a creek walk

Bermuda Triangle did linoprinting & flag and lawn games

Chateau Fiasco did a nail polish party and screenprinting

Deer Meadows did a paint and water balloon battle

Forbidden Planet went on an adventure on Tipi Hill

The Burrow did tie-dye

Down Under made skirts in the Upper Carriage House

French Quarter made a rainbow cake

Paquatahnee did the Tipi Zip line

Gimme Shelter tie-dyed t-shrits

Wabanaki did arts and crafts

Fiddler’s Green continued to work on a cabin mosaic and played backyard games

Valhalla had fun in the pottery studio

Camelot made cabin t-shirts and had a candy drop and dance party

Shangri-La made banana boats over the fire and played volleyball

Taj made printed patches in the Buckhorn

Haley’s Comet did a pony spa day

Woah that’s a lot! So many cool and different things all over camp. At the moment, we’re all gathering in the Rec Hall to watch what all the video classes have been working on these past two weeks. We’ll also get the chance to watch the highlights video from the first half of our session that our video staff has been working so hard on. Can’t wait!

After the video we’ll gather for evening meeting and a (surely) delicious Mexican feast for dinner. This evening we’ll be watching a movie (two choices for older half and younger half) for a nice, relaxing night.

Well, that’s all I got. Looking forward to starting new classes tomorrow and filling you in on all the excitement!

Au revoir,

Olive

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