"All work and no play
makes Jack a dull boy."Late in the afternoon of the 3rd day, the stake set up some optional activities. There was the opportunity to go back to the Black-powder area to shoot, and they had other competitive activities like horseshoes, two-man saw, tomahawk throw, etc. Some of our kids went and checked out a few things, but most chose to stay close to our camp.
The Blair's getting ready for a friendly tug-of-war competition
with our neighboring family, The McFarland's.
We had another competition - boys against the girls.
I might be slow on the trail,
but I knew my weight could come in handy here.
When the girls were starting to lose ground I jumped in.
I landed flat on my back, but we won! (No photo on that one.)
Dallin taking a break.
Everyone took a turn on the hammock.
Alec even tried to sleep in it one night, but it got too cold.
Throwing knives - YIKES!
We also had a rope game we played in camp a lot,
but again - no photo!
Just talking and resting was a great pass time.
We enjoyed each others company.