This post is picking up where we left off yesterday, which means at lunch. Brittany made tabouli salad, pitas with hummus, and fruit salad. Hippie lunch, anyone?
Campers divided into two groups, and half played badminton while the other half made coasters, then they switched. Remember those beads that you arrange on a pegboard then iron them to make them stick together? Yeah, we made coasters out of those. Most of them were "abstract" designs, but some of us copied patterns for Super Mario Bros. characters we found online.
After our chocolate chip cookie snack break, we regrouped for our comedy workshop with a suprise guest comedian (no naming names). She was great. Seriously, you think she's good on the radio, but she's even more hilariouser in person. She even made us seem funny. We learned quite a bit, then we practiced skits in small groups for the rest of the afternoon.
Michael served his "hotter than his own self" chili with cornbread, salad, and a berry crisp for dinner. Following another last-minute skit-practicing hour, we attended Comedy Night at the Campfire (no, there wasn't a real fire). We started laughing when it was still light out, and finished chuckling in the dark. Especially, umm...good, was "The Three Superegos" (hey hey hey!).
Note: First photo is of Rufus J. Powell, Camp Dog.