…and we wouldn’t have it any other way! Yesterday was a stellar Sunday at camp, with a lot of fun things packed in. We began with an extra hour of sleep in the morning, which is much needed after a fast-paced week. After Sunday breakfast and cabin cleaning, we gathered for church service. Because of the weather we met in the McGrady Gym, with the peaceful sound of rain falling on the roof.
Beau Bethea in 1988 winning his second Ironman in a row, shaking the hand of Skeet Keyes on the landsports field.
The day ended with Campfire, which was our “society campfire” where we celebrate the community built here at camp. Yates gave a brief history of camp and recognized those who had been here for their first summer all the way up to 30+. The skits, one about a “ripple effect” and one about animals coming together to build a house, both emphasized the influence that everyone has, and the unique strengths that each individual brings to the community. We closed with candle lighting and Taps, finishing out another busy, exciting day at camp.