April 12, 2019

Woodland Games: Strategy and Luck Photo Gallery

Our Woodland Games camp was full of strategy, luck, and countless highs and lows–the highs of winning, the lows of defeat, the highs of warm afternoons, and the lows of one of the coldest days of the year. We took advantage of the weather while it was nice and had a great time playing games like Sock Wars, Beckon, Scout Mission, Monarch, Knee Coup, and plenty more. Several afternoons were warm enough to explore Stony Creek where we found crayfish, salamanders, minnows, and plenty of mud! Whittling, vine-swinging, and tree-climbing were a few other highlights of the week (not to mention all of the close-up helicopters we got to see!). The spring weather brought out some great nature including tadpoles, butterflies, a nesting pair of Canada geese, fiddleheads, and a worm snake. Whether it was warm enough to wade in the creek or cold enough to wear winter coats and drink cocoa, we had a great time exploring Brumley Forest!