Today was Hirdstock, a special all-camp event where campers and counselors are able to share their talents with the whole Frost Valley community! The many talents shared today included skits, dances, songs, and a very special poem read by our leadership team that captured many of the usually indescribable things we all feel about camp. Here is a verse from that poem: “We are the whistle of the wind/On carefree summer days/That reminds you to be happy/For the warmth of golden rays” Below are photos from Hirdstock of campers performing throughout the day:

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For the first time ever we had challenge night with Lakota, Outpost and Windsong! The  enthusiasm was electric and the battle for Al’s last old Wawayanda t-shirt was epic. Teams hula-hooped, danced, imitated, wheel-barrow raced, played Simon says, did the limbo and answered trivia all to be crowned winners of Session 4. Team 6 were the victors and Al once again entertained the masses with his traditional activities and of course the night ended with ice-cream sundaes!

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It was Susky village’s over-night on Wednesday and the weather thankfully held off for the occasion. The girls packed out from the Bud Cox trip centre and everyone collected their sleeping bags, water bottles, tarps and everything else needed for a successful night, rainbow cushions included. Cabins camped out at Trickle Brook, Big Tree Field and Saw Mill and there was a smell of campfire all throughout the valley. Pitta Pizzas and S’mores were on the menu and camp stories and songs were the nights entertainment. Over-nights are a lot of campers favourite part of the Summer Camp experience and it’s  really special for the counsellors also. Next week it’s […]

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