A lot of wood chopping!

successful Work Day is in the books! Over 40 people came to Camp on Saturday, May
20th, for our annual work day. A variety of projects were continued or completed
by a great group of guys and gals between the ages of 5 and 85!

The youngest can help

Multiple skills required

big project was splitting and stacking wood for our summer campfires. We had a
dozen lumberjacks hard at work all day on this.

Lots of gardening

group of girls painted the fence at the corral, along with Jackie and her
parents. Carpentry repairs were made to the lodge porch, grading work was done
in the boys area, while others worked on weeding, office tasks and more. We had several lovely ladies work to clean and organize the kitchen and also kept everyone well-fed for the meals and providing snacks at the work sites!

Practicing rescue
Quick break from painting!

the same time, we had another successful Ropes Training day. Dave Larter spent
the day continuing to train our current ropes staff, while Mark White took on a
group of new ropes staff to, well, show them the ropes!

We also had a homeschool Sr. Class trip at camp this past week and part of their time here they finished many of the projects that were started on the work day including finishing up all the work on the splitting and stacking of wood and completed the painting of the fence and gates at the corral! 

We don’t remember ever having all the wood splitting and stacking done this soon before camp!  We are so thankful for all that worked so hard!
make it to the Work Day this time? There’s still plenty to do. If you have a
free day in the next month, let us know and Stacy will be glad to give you a
you again to all who participated in our Work Day or Ropes Training as we
prepare for the 2017 season!