Summer Camp Ardèche, France
Wednesday, 2019-07-17

A Day late and a Photo Short

Good Morning and a Big Apology for the lack of photos and journal update last night!

Due to several technical difficulties yesterday we were unable to post our photos and journal, but everything is sorted out now and we'll be coming at you with extra photos tonight to say thank you for your patience! Anyway, let us tell you about yesterday!

We started the day with sunshine and a very special hot breakfast. Once we were fully nourished and happy, we took a moment to clean our tents and then we got started with the fun! Our first activity was sports day which is, to this day, the most lauded sports tournament on the side of the river. And that includes Pequelet's Power Play Pétanque Party. Afterwards we had a quick lunch and then headed off to the Cavern du Pont D'Arc!

The Carvern is an incredibly accurate replica of the Chauvet Cave which contains some the oldest cave paintings in the known world and is found right here in the Ardèche Gorge! After this deeply intriguing excursion, we had a special vegan dinner followed by Crêpe Corner and Counselor Night, where counselors make crêpes for their campers and then lead an activity geared specially to their group!
Well, that's all for now!

So long, enjoy just a few photos from yesterday and, see you later tonight!

Today's Menu (short version)
  • Breakfast: Wombat's Famous Hot Breakfast: Hot Sweet Bean Chili and Expertly Scrambled Eggs
  • Lunch: Hand-crafted sandwiches and wraps followed by chocolate biscuits
  • Dinner: Greek Salad and Cauliflower Chickpea Salad followed by Gemista (Greek Stuffed Peppers) with Crêpes for dessert
  • Subject to change. Vegetarian options always available.
    Click here for more information about Summer Camp nutrition

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Activites today
  • Excursion: Cavern du Pont D'Arc
  • Sports Day
  • Crepe Corner
  • Counselor Night
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Summer Camp Counsellor Gopher


Gopher hails form Atlanta, Georgia, USA and he will be the camp photographer this summer...