Acquiring a respect for all living things is an important value campers learn in the outdoors at Campfire Day Camp.
Third day of camp continued the fun and traditions of the week. (I had to borrow a camera from camp leader to take pictures…will update this post when I get them uploaded.)
One of the most unique aspects of the camp is the rustic outdoor setting.
Exploring trails, wilderness survival, bushcraft, nature/safety awareness, primitive skills, finding hideouts in the trees, and just plain getting dirty are all part of roughing it in the outdoors.
My campers practiced today outdoor living skills like reading map, starting/putting out fire safely under adult supervision, outdoor cooking, and keeping pie-irons/BBQ skewers in front of them at all times.
DD#1 and DS are camping out with their troops tonight while younger DD in her own room/bed sound asleep. Me…hubby and I are enjoying some down time a little bit now before heading to bed. Below is the last of the Spring Romance batts spun and plied
It’s been another long, yet, fun day. Tomorrow is full of new possibilities for goodness.
Happy crafting and keep those creative juices running!
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