This week’s Kids Speak comes from Sey­mour Col­lege

Seymour Telegraph - - KIDS SPEAK -

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

Bush walk­ing.

Bush walk­ing.

Fly­ing fox.

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