I attended the Provincial Arts Camp and took a lot of pictures! I thought I would share some of my favourites with you! Enjoy!
The camp started right away with some tie dye... to see how mine turned out stay tuned!
Yummy cookies made by Cookie!
Yoga was offered every other morning, I think the girls who went really enjoyed it!
My beautiful duty chart! I was very pleased with myself :)
The campers are very focused on learning their lines for the play.
This origami lantern took sooo long to do but I was pleased with myself for completing it.
The wild raspberries are starting to come out!
Another great tie dye job
This shirt was so colourful!
This is my t-shirt, it turned out okay.
This looked like a galaxy shirt to me- it looks so cool!
Another cool one!
One more really cool shirt!
The result of rinsing out my shirt... my hands were blue for about three days!
It was like a Chinese laundry of tie dye shirts!
Painting on canvas, it was cool to see what the girls came up with.
There was a quote/inspiration wall set up of sorts the girls could add to as the week went on.
My contribution to the quote wall.
Cookie's amazing rainbow cake!
The water was cold... the girls were a little hesitant to get in, but they did eventually!
I love this picture! These two easily became the best of friends at camp.
Swimming at the lake!
There were so many duck families out on the lake and they were even battling... it was a bit scary but all the little duckies were okay!
The little baby ducks were so cute!
Heather the lifeguard and I hanging out during quiet time.
The Lewis patrol! What a great group of girls!
A local radio station has a thing every summer called the Trucksicle that travels around giving out free popsicles. One of the leaders texted in to see if they would come out to camp and they did!Captain Jeff has no idea what is coming up that hill... 65 excited Girl Guides!
You would think the girls had never had a popsicle before... they were so excited!
The Trucksicle came at the PERFECT time!!
All ready for the first full run through of the play.
This is the finale of their play, a very patriotic O Canada!
More swimming in the sun! The girls were definitely more into it the second time around!
Does anyone know what this is? It is on one of the jugs that sat at the bottom of the lake for three days holding the rope. I am very interested to find out!
Butterfly out by the lake
Cookie aka the best cook ever! wanted to make sure that the girls' hands were clean so he dolloped whipped cream all over them! On their hands, arms, elbows... it was awesome!
Yummy ice cream sundae- you can never have too many sprinkles! :)
The Chapel at Tangletrees is my second favourite place in the entire world (1st is Disneyland) and I thought it was perfect to have Guides Own up there. The girls were quite reflective and relaxed- the best way to be at camp!
Guides Own up at the Chapel
My favourite time of day at camp, campfire! We finished our last night with a formal campfire, the girls had fun and I loved hearing 65 voices sing On My Honour (chills!)
I always love the look of all the packed luggage at the end of camp... is that weird?
Thanks for taking a look at this long post! I have some pretty cool stuff coming up soon so stay tuned!