Church Camp 2011 – Day Three

Third Day at Camp was kind of a bust. We went geocaching, or at least started to geocaching. You know some camps don’t allow electronics. Both my GPS’s started acting up and then I came across another geocacher. My my new Texas Geocaching friend.


I’ve been asked if I put the water bottle there to show scale. Yeah, yeah, I do that kind of stuff, show scale, I mean. No, no, usually I turn around and show the snake my rear end as I leave them alone. Not for scale though.

Oh, I have to show you some of our camper’s cars. I think this one is a Ferrari:


And this one is an Aston Martin


You will notice that both of them are backed into the parking spots. So I hope the driver’s employers are happy.

That reminds me. There have been some John Travolta sightings around camp. Apparently he has snuck over to the Starbucks across the street to get some coffee every now and then. Now when he cannot afford the camp coffee, you know the prices have to come down. Do you think he owns one of these cars?

We had our Camp Banquet last night. I sat with my two favorite fellow campers. Sonja and her sister-in-law Sharley.

Sonja and Sharlie

They are both a couple of sweethearts although they tried their best to not to show their disappointment when I explained to them a few days ago why Sweetie and SuperPizzaBoy were not at Church Camp this year. I’ll be seeing Sonja again at the Kansas Church Camp KIOGA in Wichita in August.

So I’ll be getting up, not so bright and early, and leaving Church Camp this morning. I am looking forward to coming back next year. I’ve been to this particular church camp every year but one since 1994. So I don’t want to miss it.

12 thoughts on “Church Camp 2011 – Day Three

  1. Denise

    I don’t believe I saw any of those cars in the parking lot when we went camping. I could have taken my Rolls I suppose but…..

  2. Sylvia K

    Well, I’ll miss reading reports on the Church Camp, but then you always come up with the good stuff anyway! Great looking cars — never saw any of those at any camp I ever went to!! Horse and buggies were more likely! Sounds like you’ve had fun, but you always do!! Have a safe trip home!


  3. Lois

    Just catching up on your church camp adventures! Looks like you had fun except for that snake. Yikes! Funny that they make you back into the parking spots. You would get a ticket if you back into your parking space in the parking garage where I work.

  4. Coffeypot

    Church camp? You sure some teacher didn’t throw her staff on the ground and it turned into a serpent? There is precedence, ya know.

  5. Leedslass

    I wouldn’t be enthused at the sight of that snake, I’d show it my backside too (which is probably my best side). Fancy John being around, I trust you treated him to a coffee.
    Guess Sweetie will be pleased to have you home again, I believe the lawn is ready to be mown.

  6. Impulsive Addict

    I can’t get past the snake. Those chicks look very pretty but I didn’t even read what you wrote because I’m totally freaking out about that nasty snake!!!! I wouldn’t have had time to get my camera ready. I would have screamed in horror and jumped on the nearest tall thingy. Or I would run. FAST. Like I did in that 5K race a few weeks back.

  7. Janie

    That’s a big snake – appropriate for church camp since it might encourage a person to get serious about religion.
    Nice wheels that your fellow campers are sporting. You must get all the rich people at your camp.

  8. Pagan Sphinx

    Wow, that’s a bit snake! I’m used to seeing little garden snakes, never that size! I like looking at snakes. They’re pretty cool but I can’t touch one. Just sayin’. 🙂

    Wanna see some heifers? Stop by TPS!

  9. AVCr8teur

    I had thought the thirsty snake stole your water bottle. Those are some cool cars. They remind me of the automobile museum up here full of Rolls Royces, Bentleys, Maseratis, …etc.

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