The French groups organized for their final lesson and worksheets. All morning oral tests and vocabulary sheets were completed.
Team activity games, Beret and Mission Impossible IV, took the
intellectuals all over campus as the morning came to an end.
Activity groups participated in their last bandana session. They chose Kayaking, Mountain Biking, Dance and Arts & Crafts for their interests.
Kori guided the kids to create their own poy and draw as they sat overlooking the river. The display of creativity was endless!
Penguin rolls were attempted again and again by the kayakers as Eric and Jackie cheered their efforts.
Emily led the keen cyclists through the countryside, vineyards and gorges of France.
A hip-hop routine greeted everyone as they came in for lunch as Erica led the boys to move to the beat.
The last lunch of session was served as counsellors began to motivate campers to enjoy the afternoon with their activity of choice.
Kids could be found spread across camp hiding in the shade escaping from the heat, playing ping pong, and guitar. Groups were quickly formed to escape to the neighboring campsite to devour ice cream after ice cream.
The camp sat down to a delicious meal as clouds moved in giving releif from the brutal afternoon heat. A strong thunder lightning storm crept closer as the campers were finishing their meals. Rain pounded on roofs and gave way to small rivers and ponds throughout camp. Dessert of birthday cake had to be served in the grand salon to escape the sideways wetness soaking all that was exposed outside. The evening brought bandana ceremonies and certificates.
A disco followed allowing the campers to showcase their many dance moves and mingle for their last night together.
As bedtime closed in the campers said their goodbyes with multiple hugs for everyone. The field slowly emptied as kids retired to their tents saying their last good nights of camp.
Thank you for a wonderful session two in the Ardeche!