The Last Day Is Always the Saddest

After last evening’s church service and snack time, we played The Pirate Game for our night game. The campers had to find lost treasure; if they got caught by the pirates, they were taken out to the dock and made to “walk the plank,” which is really jumping into the lake from the bridge. Excitement was in the air, because the campers had been pleading to play this game all week. One by one, the captured campers jumped into the lake (unless they chose not to), as the other campers cheered them on. Jon Falcone, our activities director, really did save the best for last!

Instead of having planned recreation yesterday afternoon, I took photos of the entire Teen II group, as well as individual dorm photos. The teens had some really interesting pose ideas for the photos, which will be available to order on .

Sadly, today is the last day but the campers are trying to make it last. Some are at the craft shop designing creations to take home for their friends, in addition to the tie-dyed shirts they made yesterday. Some are at the beach swimming with their new found friends or rowing boats on the lake together. Others are playing soccer one last time with their friends the soccer field. I’m sure they’ll have many stories to share with their parents once they get home, because this was truly a great week.

See more photos at the Teen II Picasa page.

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