Colorado Challenge

I’ve had a ton of experiences this summer that were a first. I say I because most of the summer Lindsay ( I ) have been travelling and Marvin has to stay to work. Unfair…maybe! :)

Up first- Trip to Colorado.
June 25-July 3
Cost: Free to ME

Why? It was a church camp and we took kids from the area 8th grade and up. 10 chaperones, 33 kids.


Closest I got to all the kids in 1 photo- about 12 missing

Pike’s Peak- World Famous Donuts

 You had to eat them at the top of the mountain, because if you took them down the elevation would deflate them and they would taste bad...of course we tried this- it's true!

Pike's Peak is a 14er. This means it is above 14,000 feet above sea level. You could really feel the elevation change and we were up there a while. A lot of us got a little dizzy!
Jill - another counselor I met, we got along great.

Each night at camp they had different activities- Line dancing, horseback riding, paintball, mountain biking etc.

Soldier’s Mountain

At camp there was a smaller mountain we could hike to the top. We did this at 4:45 one morning to see the sun rise. None of the campers went – too early! It was beautiful!

 Guy counselors and one of the teens on the left
Me and Jill
 At the top they have a cross.
 On top of the world....
 Then I fell in...

Also on our trip we went white water rafting- mountain climbing- repelling and did a bunch of other life threatening events! It was a blast. Check our facebook to see other photos.

1 comment:

  1. wow, Linds, that looks like it was an awesome trip.

    I might have to climb that mountain just to try the doughnuts. You know I'm a sucker for a good doughnut.