Last night the campers played Kung Fu Panda where they had to reunite the Furious Five with Po the Panda in order to stop Ti Long. All the characters were played by staff members and were all worth a certain amount of points. The campers enthusiastically searched for all of the characters, and counselor Kerri’s team won.

This morning during chapel, the campers played games and sang worship songs. This time Bill Ashe’s wife, Amy, talked about her mission trips to Kenya and New Mexico. She spoke about the kinds of food and beverages that Kenyans eat and drink. The campers asked Amy questions, such as what language they speak in Kenya, to which she replied that they speak mostly English.

The sun came out around noon and gave us some warm, dry weather, which was a pleasant change from damp and rain. During free time, the campers all flocked around the craft shop today to make duct tape wallets and flowers, and friendship bracelets. Quite a few boy campers went fishing on the bridge, but the lake was too murky from all the rain to really see anything.

The campers are in their dorms now, getting ready for dinner, followed by an evening of prayer meetings, a church service, snacks and night games.

See more photos at the Middler Camp Picasa page.

2 thoughts on “Here Comes the Sun

  1. I just love the updates! Nice to see a little insight to what my daughters been up too! I look forward to this each night…and the pictures are GReat!!! Thanks!

  2. I was so excited to see my grandson in one of the pictures posted lastnight. He was so nervous about attending camp (for the first time); seeing him laughing is a wonderful feeling. Thank you Delanco Camp for teaching kids the word of God and how much fun learning it can be.

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