Tucker also worked on the fishing badge. This meant we spent about and hour learning about the local fish and fish laws. Then some time learning about fishing poles. Then over an hour trying it out and fishing. I think we had five poles but no one caught a fish. I'm ok with that. I don't even know what we would have done if we caught one.
Both nights we were there we spend telling stories around the campfire. Some were silly and some were serious. S'mores are a family favorite!
We made sure to read the scriptures every night. It just feels different reading them outside in the woods.
Our last morning we got up, ate, packed, cleaned, and went to archery. I learned that I'm pretty bad at it. Most of my arrows missed the target completely. The kids even learned to ask dad for help instead of mom. Tucker was on his own. But for the other kids we did two at a time so Bob would help one child and they would do pretty well, while whomever got stuck with me helping happened to miss.
Then when the weather warmed up we went to the lake again. This time I tried out paddleboard yoga. Holy Moly it is HARD!
We had a great time camping. I enjoyed it much more than our last trip this summer. The weather made all the difference!