Ten days ago, we learned about this local camp, Crescent Lake Bible Camp, which is literally 5 minutes away from Grandma and Papa’s house. The camp has been operating for over 80 years and has wonderful activities ranging from water skiing and tubing, swimming in the lake, a trampoline on the lake, canoes, kayaks, paddle boats, rock climbing, archery, paint ball, ropes coarse (including zip line and rappelling), horseback riding, and more! They also offer week-long day camps, but when the girls found out about the overnight camp, they both insisted! We found out about it 3 days before it started, and this was the only week until August that either of them could do overnight camp.
The only drawback, in my opinion, is that the overnight campers were mainly from out of town, but the day campers would probably be more local.
Before and After Camp:
Dropping off Molly:
(Molly’s cabin is green. Annie’s is pink. There is an orange dot and arrow showing where I took some scenery pictures.)
Without two children, the house was very quiet, and Zoe sure did miss her sisters. Even the shoe shelf was lonely after they left.
Picking up Annie:
Now, both girls are sad that camp is over and wonder if they will see their friends again. I sure do hope they keep in touch with someone!