A weekend of Scouts. You never know what the weather is going to do in the month of December but for this past weekend it was not too bad for our guests.
I remember standing around the campfire and asking one of the men about this giant rock about the size of a bowling ball hanging from a rope suspended by three sticks that looked like a miniture teepee set up. Oh that's our weather rock he told me. I said oh really so how does it work? He told me that if it's swinging--it is windy, if it's wet--it is rainy, if it can't be seen-- it is foggy, and if it's covered with ice-- pretty cold. Hmmm ... I thought to myself ... if the wind is able to move that rock too much, our campers in the tents are in trouble!
We are always so glad to have the scouts at the camp and when they have packed up and gone they do such a fine job it is hard to tell they were even here.