Courage to Stand International Camporee
Each day of camporee, you can read a daily diary from a Southern Union Pathfinder. You won't want to miss the camporee experience as told by these excited Pathfinders:
Submitted Wednesday, August 12, 10:10 AM
Tuesday I had a blast!! My club (Berean Crusaders) went on a field trip to the EAA Aircraft Museum. There we learned all about the first flights, the first planes created, planes from World War II, and people who flew across the world. There were a whole lot of planes, but my favorite was one that was both a plane and car.
After we left and ate lunch, I had to play my cymbals at drum corp practice. When that was over, I went to the afternoon activities. I did the inflatable sumo wrestling and won a game, the wooden rock climbing, and went to a tent to support our drill team in a competition. They won 3rd place!
While I was at these activities, I saw so many people I knew and mingled with ones I didn't. After that was over, I was so tired. At the end of the day, my club attended the evening service. I'm loving those so far. My favorite part is the puppet named Toby. Even though I fell asleep during the play, I loved the parts I saw.
It was a full day, but I had lots of fun!!!
Taylor Scurry, Companion class, Atlanta-Berean Crusaders
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