We asked our girls what they would like to at camp. Our top 3 requests were: more sleep, tobogganing and crafts.
The result was an agenda with plenty of flexibility, buffer time and for once I finally felt somewhat rested and definitely not exhausted.
This agenda is a keeper.
7:00 – Arrival, Registration, Activities
7:45 – Skit Prep
8:15 – Camp Intro, Safety Discussion
9:00 – Mug Up
10:00 – Bed
8:00 – Breakfast, followed by BP Skit 1, 2 Sing Ontario Sing songs
9:30 – Crafts
10:30 – Snack
11:00 – Snow Shoeing
12:00 – Lunch, followed by Lady BP Skit 2, 2 Sing Ontario Sing songs, (actually lunch was 12:30)
1:30 – B.O.B. , Bodies On Bed – nap time or quiet individual activity time, (actually happened 2:30)
2:30 – Tobogganing (actually 3:45)
3:30 – Crafts (actually 4:30)
6:00 – Dinner, followed by Lady BP Skit 3, 2 Sing Ontario Sing songs, (back on track)
7:30 – Night Hike with our lanterns
8:30 – Camp Fire, indoors
10:00 – Bed
The girls requested grill cheese, soup, apple pie. Frost, this camp’s QM, put together and awesome menu, which for all intensive purposes was fairly simple, quick and delicious – the 3 key to requirements for a great camp menu.
Mug Up: Grill Cheese and Tomato Soup, Hot Chocolate
Breakfast: pancakes, orange slices, milk
Snack: Trail Mix
Lunch: Chicken noodle soup and homemade macaroni
Snack: ants on a log, veggies and dip
Dinner: Chicken fingers with plumb sauce, sweet potatoes,
Mug Up: Taffy (3rd time’s the charm)
Breakfast: apple crumble
- personalize mactac placemats
- feather washi barrettes
- sparkly pom pom snowmen
- pine cone bird feeders
- tin can lanterns
- hockey sticks
The Farm House
So much love and care has gone into The Farm House. Hand crafted trefoils, a photographic quilt, a pin pricked lamp shade, cross-stitching and stencils decorate this house. This is a very special place to stay in for camp. We had 12 girls and 5 leaders sharing this space and the connected Branches very comfortably. You could see the girls felt very comfortable in the space.
The Toboggan Hill
We had just enough snow to enjoy the toboggan hill. The girls had such a fun time trying each other’s sleds and enjoying this spacious hill all to themselves.
The Enchanted Forest
There were new things to discover the second time around in the Enchanted Forest and the girls added their own mark by hanging their pine cone bird feeders along the trail.
It was one of the best camps I’ve been a part of thanks to Fire Fly, Frost, Spark and Blaze.