Greys & Greens


Last Day of Camp

2016_08_09I woke up and saw that my friend the Wompus Cat had come through and left little red kisses on the noses and cheeks of my camper friends. He too is filled with folly.

It’s been a rainy day here at Camp Merrie-Woode, but no one is letting that dampen their spirit. We started off in Castle for our last devotional which was presented to us by the Wynkyn and Peter Pan cabins. After, some of the campers were presented with awards for different activities. During the first three activity periods, all the swim classes were presented with their awards for passing swim levels. All the other activities went on as normal. After rest hour, the whole camp gathered on the swim dock to watch the Synchronized Swimming class’s routine. What fun! The girls worked so hard through the session and it definitely payed off.

Later, all the campers went up to Castle to watch a movie, which was perfect for this weather. At night, the campers got dressed up for Banquet. They enjoyed a big dinner before watching the counselors perform and enjoyed the end of session slideshow!! I’m still smiling.

Swinging from the trees,


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Tajar is something like a tiger, and something like a jaguar, and something like a badger; and if you should see him once, you would forget what he looked like, but if you should see him twice you would forget to forget what he looked like, and that could be quite fatal. The Tajar lives near Merrie-Woode and around Merrie-Woode and under Merrie-Woode and over Merrie-Woode. He's a mischievous little creature, filled with folly, who keeps his ear to the ground on all the goings on at camp!