Sadie checking in on another gorgeous (and chilly) day at HVC!
Yesterday morning, classes continued as normal. Campers dove into their class projects which were exciting to see during my morning strolls!
Last night’s evening program we had a camp favorite: Electives! Of course, we llamas went all out and had many activities that campers could choose from. There was so much to do that I could barely keep up with it all! We had some classic activities like capture the flag, tipi zip, and laughing with the llamas. And what is an elective night without some neat art projects? Some campers chose to create cool geo-rocks, fantastic french fusing, splatter painting at the Treehouse, and flower pressing with glass. Some campers also attempted to find Bigfoot. I can thankfully say that no bigfoots were found on camp property. There were so many more activities happening that we all can’t wait for our next elective night!
Meanwhile, our AWACs got a break from assisting in cabin life to hang out with each other by the lake. I have to admit it was a nice evening to go for a swim and just relax!
HV Alive, our advanced teen program, traveled off property to view a participatory performance presented by Bates Dance Company. This neat performance called Funerals for the Ocean addressed the global climate crisis, rising sea levels, and many more issues. We all enjoyed participating in this wonderful performance!
Be sure to peep the photos of the day below.
Till next time Sadie the Llama is out.