This week’s Kids Speak comes from Seymour College
cubby houses and forts out of logs, branches and sticks — anything to make them rainproof.
In the afternoon group one went canoeing and Kimmy and Bradley fell in. The water was freezing cold.
Group two went bushwalking, learned how to use a compass and made fires in the morning.
Pete made hot chocolate and we had it around the camp fire.
Group two did woodwork and walked the sensory trail in the afternoon.
After dinner we had a bonfire with marshmallows. Matt made a new game and we told stories.
On Thursday everybody went by bus to Mt Buffalo. It was really foggy.
We went to the waterfall and played in the snow wearing waterproof clothes.
It was the first time some of us had seen snow.
Friday was the last day at camp. We packed up and did ‘‘give back to the camp’’ activities.
Group two made more signs and tripods covered in plastic for Pete’s peas.
Group one worked in the garden after emptying all the backpacks and putting the drink bottles through the dishwasher.
After lunch we went back to school arriving at 2.30 pm.
The best things at camp for Justin were The best things for Jason were bike riding and archery. Overall the camp was awesome, great, amazing, ace, full of experiences and fun. — Justin, James, Darren, Kimmy, Tim and Jason