Yesterday and today, the Hoof Beats and Giddy Up kids have taken it in turns to do an activity called outdoor living skills which I explained briefly in the last blog. But basically it is when they go into the woods and down by the river and they learn how to do rock painting, and then they build shelters and test them out for strength and waterproofing for example. Yesterday, Giddy Up also did our ropes activity called Flying Fish which they all loved and even a few who were very nervous to do it, went and ended up loving it! Today the Hoof Beats campers are doing an activity […]

Continue Reading >>

Giddy Up: Giddy Up have had a busy few days down at the barn, meeting their horses, learning the parts of the horse as well as breeds and colors and not to mention riding them! They all seem to get on with their horses and be happy with the ones they were assigned, we are sure the bond they have with their horses will be so strong they will want to take them home by the end of the 3 weeks! On Tuesday, they had a zumba lesson which was so funny to watch and allowed them to use as much energy as they could. We have a teacher who […]

Continue Reading >>

Before I start the blog, I just wanted to quickly introduce myself, if you don’t already know, I am Kayleigh Gorman, Equestrian Program Coordinator (Which is basically a fancy name for the person that oversee’s Mustang Village and also the Equestrian day camp programs). This is my 12th summer at Frost Valley and I have also just graduated from the University of kent, England, with a degree in Film Studies and Production. My passion however, is working with kids so this is basically my perfect role! This morning the campers all got off of their buses and out of their cars, full of excitement! They headed to the barn for […]

Continue Reading >>

Instagram

#frostvalleyymca

 

Frost Valley Around the Web