On Monday, the grade 3s set off for Grade 3 camp at Coastal Forest Lodge. We had a very busy few days involving bush cooking, archery, mini-golf, nature art, shelter building, initiative activities and a low ropes course! Thank fully the weather cleared up and we were able to go for a hike to Eagles Nest which was amazing!
Here are some snapshots of our camp…
Some of the highlights from the students of 3B:
Eating damper, seeing Mr Davis eat a four scoop ice cream.
Going on the low ropes course, archery and mini golf and the bush dance.
Day 3: Not so good highlights…
Getting bitten by the ‘meant-to-be’ gentle horse!
Liv’s Poem about Camp:
Burning smell of smoke floating in the air.
Frogs croaking in the still quiet breeze.
Birds chirping in the wet rustling trees.
Kangaroos hopping in the grassy open bush.
Yabbies swimming in the wet, muddy dam.
People snoring in the black starry night.
Damper cooking in the red, hot fire.
Ohh great, now it’s duty time…
Finally, duty is OVER!
Zara’s favourite things included…
My favourite thing was bush cooking and the donkeys, they were really cute!
I was on the monkey bars and I was with my brother.
I really liked the views and seeing the animals.
‘Indy, come and have your medicine.” (Miss P)
My favourite activity was the mini golf and archery!
What was your favourite activity on camp?
What would you like to change about camp?
Were there any interesting things that happened?