Charlton Lake Camp
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... hit when you drive onto the island and the site of the visitor's centre, which wasn't too helpful. After a bit of lunch at a pub in town, we headed out to Bridal Veil Falls. For some reason we were both exhausted, so before seeing the falls had a quick nap in the back. What was meant to be a quick 10 minutes resulted in a 40 minute snooze, after which neither of us could be bothered hiking. We still went and saw the falls, they ...
... rocks are
Packed up and left before our batteries
died; heading for KillBear PP to complete our “explore Ontario”
trip and break in the new trailer... Stay tuned for a couple more
- Even with a camper, one must
carefully pick a campsite when rain is ...
... appreciate!). By 10am, we had rented a canoe and head out on the water for a quick hour's paddle. Then a simple sandwich lunch before getting back in thr canoe - this time for a 3 hr trip that included a lengthy portage. We actually gave up a quarter of the way through the hour's portage (over massive logs and through thick mud) and hiked the rest of the way through over to OSA Lake. We decided portaging really isnt for the Jun family! That night, we ...
... after lunch was choir (we got adept at singing straight after food!), a sports/craft or free afternoon and then readings at 4. The process for tea was the same - each group went and picked up their basket of food and cooked it up. Linda Wilton was organising the food and she did a fantastic job - each meal had a little piece of paper with instructions (probably for the boys that had never cooked before!) and we had everything from bagels to chicken stir-fry! After ...
... calling as a prophet, through the experiences of the widow of Zarephath, contest on Mt. Carmel, the transfiguration and a fantastic song entitled 'They Will Come' about Elijah's second mission in leading the Jews from all nations to Zion. It was one of the highlights from camp and while I would've liked to experience it from an audience's perspective, singing praise with hundreds of other young people was like a small taste of the Kingdom!