The skies were clear and with a temperature of 68 when the first bell rang, the day started off much warmer than it has in weeks. The high today was 85 – another beautiful summer day.
A group of sailors left half way through breakfast to travel to Winona Camp for a sailing regatta. Morning announcements started with a guest drummer , Adam Issadore from Path to Rhythm, giving a brief demonstration of what participants in his morning workshops would be doing. He quickly got everyone’s attention and a lot of interest!
For those not drumming, activities included kayaking, archery, nature, riflery, wood shop and water skiing.
This afternoon, a group left for New Hampshire where they will spend the night before White Water Kayaking tomorrow. Afternoon activities included soccer, handicrafts, kayaking, paddle boarding, riflery, sailing, woodshop, water skiing, water polo, archery, the climbing wall, tennis and of course swims which were a welcome relief on a hot day.
It was another perfect night for a free evening. There were two Twi-Light League games – one on the field and one on Beginner’s Beach, ultimate frisbee, ping-pong, soccer, tennis, basketball, and more. When the final bell rang, everyone was off for a quick dip before getting ready for bed.