Thursday, April 17, 2014

Spring Break Pt. 3 - Camp!

This year Camp Kanata's mother-daughter weekend fell on the second weekend of spring break, but after the great time we had last year, I knew we wanted to do it again this year.

We got there early Friday to learn fishing from the NC Dept. of Wildlife Resources.  They had these plastic fish where you could practice casting.

We didn't catch any real fish, so Maddie preferred the plastic.

This year our cabin was what is known as the "Hilton." The bunks were wood and screwed into the ceiling.  It was nice because that way there wasn't any creaking of metal bunk beds.  We also had a common area out of the sleeping quarters, which was great when Maddie was up and scared in the middle of the night.  Rather than awaken our entire cabin, we went out there, chatted on the couch, and she fell back asleep.

Saturday morning was early bird canoing.

Archery.  I like the bows at Kanata better than our local Y.

Making a Mommy and Me journal.

And a little bit of yoga by the lake.

Other favorites included mini-golf, and riflery.  It was warmer this year than last, and next year the girls are hoping to be old enough to do the Alpine Tower climb.

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