Learning about simple machines has never been better! Campers got to try their hand at throwing tomahawks and atlatls (a primitive hunting tool) and feel the advantage of leverage at work for them. They also saw the power of pulleys and wheels inside the 250 year old grist mill here at West Point on the Eno park. Along with forces and motion, they played classic Schoolhouse games like Six Feathers and Windigo and floated the Eno River. Check out a few photos from our wonderful week.
August 20, 2018