Getting ready for opening flag.
Donovan is a staff member this year. He thought he would liven things up a bit. Silly boy.
Our first station was goals and yo-yos. The boys wrote what they wanted to get out of cub scouts on little pieces of wood.
Then they painted yo-yos.
Our next station was a huge hit. The boys made tie snakes. They weren't able to finish them at camp. Michael and I finished his at home. I do believe he is sleeping with it.
There was a lunch time special with the older boy scouts. They were having a singing match and played red light/green light. The boys had a good time.
Right after lunch we had archery. Receiving safety instructions is a must.
Michael getting ready to shoot.
Retrieving the arrows.
Retrieving more arrows.
Returning arrows to the quivers.
Then we moved on to frogs. The boys weren't able to finish these at camp either. So Michael and I finished his at home. They thought what was done at camp was pretty cool though.
Our last station was making banana boats and a little song time. The boys really liked their station leader - Jonathan. He is really personable with the boys.
Getting the bananas ready. First, start at the bottom of the banana and peel a strip away.
Then cut a little away and stuff chocolate chips and marshmallows into the crevice you made.
Put the peel back on and wrap your banana in foil.
Put the banana boats in the fire. The fire was the highlight. I don't think the boys cared about their bananas once they saw the fire.