Now....after the six week camp is over, they open up the campus to families. You are able to stay on the campus, eat in the dining hall, and enjoy all of the activities you did when you were a camper. So this summer my dad flew all the kids out to Indiana, and we lived like campers for an entire week. It was so amazing.
Now - on with the photo parade:
We started Monday morning with a high ropes course. It looks as though I didn't make the photo-cut, but I DID do it. And really enjoyed it.
|My brothers Dan and Derek getting started|
|Me, realizing how high the course actually was|
|Rob and the instructor. NOT posed. I'm glad Rob is not AS Peter-Panish as the other guy.|
|Rob making it look easy|
|My sister in law, Jessica, finishing up|
|Our cabin for the week|
|Jude, Aunt Mandy, and Lego man.|
|Maddie and Aunt Marissa|
|Taking the kids kayaking|
|Pretending to be pirates at the Naval Building|
|Greg and I waiting for the cruise to begin|
|A view to the top|
|Pretty Lake Houses|
|Cousin Brad, my brother Johnny, and sister Sarah|
|Sunset over Lake Max|
|My dad and Bonnie|
|Brother Dan and his wife, Marissa|
|Sunset view from back at camp|
|Crazy Uncle Dan and photo-bomber, Derek.|
|Derek, Jessica and kids. Abby (left) spent her summer at six week camp - and then stayed with us at family camp. |
That wraps up day one - but if you're interested in learning more about Culver Military Academy, or the camps offered - click HERE.