This past weekend (the last in October) was packed with groups and people enjoying wonderful fall weather at the camp! The first arrivals were the fellows from Boy Scout Troop 8, who were here for wilderness/survival training.
They came in after dark on Friday and got their tents sent up quickly in the main campground and spent their first night around the camp fire.
One of the utilitarian chests in the kitchen area:
This was the first time Troop 8 had been out here (Cub Scout Pack 8 had visited several years ago) and they were all so impressed with the Camp, the beautiful setting and how perfect it was for the kind of camping they enjoy. One of the men mentioned that his favorite part of the day was sitting around the camp fire, after all the boys had packed it in. Several men agreed!
Talk about opposites . . . our second group arrived on Saturday morning, full of giggles and laughter! It was the GAs of Hillwood Baptist Church, who were here for the FIRST EVER campout!
Last up was Cornerstone Baptist Church with their annual church picnic on Sunday afternoon. By that time, both of the other two groups had already headed out and CBC had the camp to themselves.
It was a hugely busy weekend ... of the best kind -- filled with lots of happy campers!