I know Who goes before me
I know Who stands behind
The God of angel armies
Is always by my side
The One who reigns forever
He is a Friend of mine
The God of angel armies Is always by my side
We headed for Barrie to stock up the tuck shop…. and it probably still won’t be enough candy :p
Between acts, MCs Conor and Dave had people doing all kinds of things! Here, it appears that the male counsellors are doing pushups.
Again, thanks to Aunt Shelly for the pictures! Here is the short but sweet free swim time the kids were able to have once the weather cleared up a bit. Some of them are of her son’s cabin, but those pictures turned out awesome, so please enjoy!
Mr. Legge and Randy observe from a distance
Dinner tonight was “Banquet Night” so check out some of the pics Shelly got of everyone all snazzied up.
Ringing the Dinner Bell
And, don’t think I’ve forgotten… I know I promised that I’d show the hilarious pictures from Medieval Times night on Tuesday, and I remembered! From my Grandmother’s house yesterday in Welland, I sure did try, but apparently they’ve decided they no longer need to be connected to the Internet, and so I couldn’t post last night.Check out the pictures from Tuesday’s Campfire! This is a rare treat, as I don’t usually make it to Campfire. I find that that’s actually the best time to write the blog, because no one else is using the internet…. that, or 12:30 am…. which it is quickly approaching here.Somewhere, not being used, someone (and I’m legitimately not sure who) found a set of Gallows…. why do we have gallows you ask? I really have no idea. But they were used with pleasure at the Campfire. Here, we find Joe, one of our trusted maintenance guys, chilling.
Here are Uncle Waffles and Aunt Karley doing the “Smartest Man Alive” skit. I’m not sure how he does it, but every time Waffles left, he was able to guess which person was chosen in the line.
The crowd yelling “PUNISHMENT!! PUNISHMENT!!!” in true Medieval fashion, when some of the male counsellors cheated at their game.
The outcome of the game resulted in a dance-off between Noah and Luke.
And I’m not sure what made the decision to therefore put Josiah in the gallows, but his brother Jacob looks pretty content standing beside his baby brother, in the gallows, with tomatoes and tomato juice on his face. Josiah’s a great sport, and hey, I’ve heard some of the stuff that goes on at Campfire. I’d take tomatoes in the face over many, many other things 🙂
Also in Medieval fashion, our counsellors and LITs were gathered together on the Dusty Knoll, and they had to fight each other to remove each others’ socks. I believe they named it Sock Wars…. Thanks to Sherri for these pictures, and I’m glad I wasn’t out there. I would not have wanted to have gotten roped into that one! For good reason, we let the guys and girls go separately on this one, and didn’t involve the kids.