13 August, 2008
In yesterday's post I said that we had to cancel the camp fire on Prafandaz because of rain. The weatherman did cooperate today and a large group of campers made the walk to Prafandaz. They were rewarded with toasting marshmallows, eating banana boats, and watching a magnificent sunset on Lake Geneva. There is a Spotlight story below which even has a picture and an explanation of a banana boat.
The main spotlight story is on the Dance Camp (a part of the Village Camps Multi-Activity programme. The photo gallery has pictures from Dance Camp, the campfire, some mountaing climbing, etc.
Remember it takes more muscles to frown than it does to smile --
so why work extra hard??
Just about every group gets a chance to visit Prafandaz at least once during each session
Sometimes it is for a campfire and making banana boats or toasting marshmallows, sometimes it is a cookout, and sometimes it is just to see the magnificent sunsets over Lake Geneva. Prafandaz is a short walk (but very much uphill) from our campus and, if the cows haven't gotten there first, a wonderful place for games that require lots of open space.
(If you are not familiar with a banana boat -- it is a banana, split open, covered with chocolate, wrapped in foil and placed on the fire. -- decadent but delicious)
Click on the link below to see photos for 13 August, 2008