Aren't you relieved that we have finally reached Day 3, the final day of our 5th grade camping extravaganza.
Thanks for enduring it all, but this is the stuff grandparents live for!
Needless to say, everyone in the camp got a better night's rest than our first night. I think we all were exhausted from our full day of fun activities and there was no food delivery truck before dawn! The boys reported they got to sleep before the snoring warthog dad did!
Before heading back home, the kids participated in couple more educational activities and I took a few more pictures (because the first 150 photos were not enough).
Lego-Man and his buddy learned about the Western Cedar Tree and then had to teach everyone in their group what they learned. Raise your hand if you knew pencils can be made with cedar wood??
The kids also had a map reading class that wouldn't have been complete without a scavenger hunt! It was all fun and games until my boy took a little tumble into the nature. He scratched up his hands and leg and he was done!
Before we pointed the horse towards the house, I finally got a couple of mother and son photos (much to someone's dismay):
And here was the view from my rear-view mirror for my entire trip home:
Guess who wants to go to this camp for a week in the summer???