Saturday, 3 July 2010

A week before the 4th of July we had our first American group of the year. A group of young people from Connecticut joined us for yet another brilliant week down the track. We all took part in our usual activities: Walking backwards down the quarry wall like James Bond, building a raft and sailing it across the bay and not really according to plan having a Titanic moment when it all fell apart in the water (I wont let you go Jack! blubb-blubb-blubb), and a walk to Market bay on on of the more sunny days of the week. This week we also took the group over to Iona. Danced like crazy people at the Ceilidh (did the fruit salad like it's never been done before), and the group went on the Iona pilgrimage.
Another game has been added to the Camas repertoire this week. Without this fantastic week we would not have been introduced to the equally fantastic game of blob-tag. So thank you very much American friends! Apart from that we also kept going with the most amazing game in the history of pretty much everything: Shark Attack!

All in all, a very successful week at Camas, and right now we are preparing for a new group wandering down the track in a couple of hours...