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Something Rotten and the Brumby Horse show!

Tuesday, August 17th, 2021

Howdy HVC!

It’s Mag-O-Llama, and I’m going to start off by saying, wow, It’s such a beautiful morning here at HVC. The sun is shining, there’s a slight breeze, and the temperature is absolutely spot on! I have quite a few things to update you on, so let’s just jump right on into it.

Yesterday morning the whole camp had the privilege of watching the Brumby Horse show! These campers have dedicated a huge portion of their to taking care of the beautiful horses, and prepping them for main camp riding lessons! If you look at the pictures below, you will see their wonderful closing performance. It was truly a sight to see!

After the fantabulous show, we headed over to the pool for some pool activities with the whole camp! After the fun, we proceeded to do a cabin clean and get ourselves ready to pack up our things for our  departure coming in a couple short days. (Sad, I know)

If you didn’t think the day could get any more exciting, Younger and middle half campers saw a really cool traveling natural history program from Chewonki! The older half campers were able to have some hang out time by the basketball court. Fun was definitely had by all!

To end out the night, we saw the musical, “Something Rotten!” The campers who participated completely blew us away, and got the standing ovation they truly deserved! For those of you who have never heard of “Something Rotten,” It’s a musical comedy that’s a mash-up of sixteenth-century Shakespeare and twenty-first-century Broadway. It was the perfect way to end the already perfect night. Look at the pictures below to see the fun!

Those are my updates for today! Check back in tomorrow morning to get our final updates before departure day!

Peace, Love, and Llama Hugs

Mag-O-Llama (:

 

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