I caught myself smiling all the time, wholly engrossed in the production. The children were great, sang beautifully and I thought to myself, if those children were in today’s world singing and dancing that well in an orphanage, they would make a TV show about it! (How the world has changed in the last 100 years!)
The last time I went camping, I wasn’t sure if I was going to manage…
This time I knew I was going to manage. Kin Kamp isn’t normal camping. Showers, running water and electricity.
We end up in Meaford Ontario (www.meaford.ca) at Memorial park (http://www.meaford.ca/memorial-park-campground.html ) with about 1500 people.
Georgian Bay is visible from the campsite, as well as the great beach that Meaford has! I swear I love the water just as much as the fellowship!
Activities keep you busy the whole weekend from pancake breakfasts to hotdog lunches and freezie deserts to 11pm steak on a bun. The in between time is filled with Tug of Wars, relays for anyone who can walk, a talent show and lots of swimming in Georgian bay! Different Kin clubs offer something to do the whole time we are there.
Our campsite for Cambridge had 20 different living quarters all squished into 7 rentable sites! Does it feel crowded? Nope I can say that most people don’t stay on the camp site as they head to the meeting places for games and food.
Preparing a tent to be added to tent city!
Hanging out in front of one of the trailers. Not all the trailers and tents had arrived at that point.
We look forward to this camping each year. Midnight swims and lots of great friends who could ask for more?