Since my move in April, I’ve been a busy little bee, setting up summer camp in a 3,000 acre park in Nashville, Tennessee! Well, June 9-13th it all came together! This past week was rainy and cool and full of amazing experiences with awesome staff and happy kids. 8 weeks ago, I couldn’t have imagined things would go SO well. I did all my blogging on CampWarnerPark.com, so you’ll have to head over there to see the rest of the photos. Here are some highlights!
Our home base- the Bob Brown Field Station!
Our youngest group, the DUCKLINGS!
The Tadpoles, searching for critters in the river.Catch and release salamanders.
Lunchtime at the pavilion.
The Metro Park Police came by to meet the campers! This is Echo and Officer Owens.
Officer Johnny shows us Burt’s teeth!
Long hike to the quarry!
Searching for fossils at the quarry.
Then we head to the Little Harpeth River for some ‘research’.
Rhett shows the campers some stonefly larvae.
This week was SO fun that there were some tears when it was time to go home!Its good to have feelings.