Rockbrook has been anticipating the health inspector, and she finally came today! We are happy to report that we earned a 98.5%! We have been keeping the camp extra clean, and all our hard work has paid off.
On another subject, today in pottery one of the classes went on a pottery hike. We took a break from making things from clay, and discovered all the places around camp where pottery had been placed. In front of upper pottery there are 3 boards with pottery collages glued on them from various camp years. We then ventured off to the front of the offices and saw the pottery mobiles. The kids make small ornaments such as smiley faces, hearts and stars to go on the mobiles. Down at lower pottery we then took the kids to see the totem poles, these are the oldest camp pieces that have been made. On the front of lower pottery there is a huge mosaic-like collage that was done in ’92 by the campers. One of the kids also noticed that one her counselors names was on the collage, she is currently the Junior line head, Elizabeth. All of the pottery pieces have been done by kids in past camp years, and the most recent pieces have been the mobiles in front of the offices. The kids are also quite excited for Thursday, which is when pottery pick up is! They have all been busy glazing their pots in the past few days and are eagerly waiting on their creations.