Wednesday, October 4, 2017

Day 3

We are already halfway done with our trip! Breakfast this morning was DELICIOUS! We had fruit, cereal, french toast, and bacon (although some didn't eat the bacon after that pig dissection yesterday...)

After breakfast, we participated in various classes. Some choice were Bug Hunt, Leave No Trace, Rat Dissection, Camo and Stalking, Book Making, It's the Law, and Rollercoasters. 

Later, we got all ready for our 4 hour hike! Some kids made it all the way to the old abandoned airstrip! We even enjoyed s'mores after our packed lunch.

For dinner, we had spaghetti and meatballs! For dessert we had cake! 

For our evening activities we participated in Back to Basics. We made butter, wove looms, played rock games, and more!

Alanee and Jerrik made sure to ask when bedtime was tonight so I'm sure I'll be sleeping well :)

We are having a blast, but definitely missing all our friends and family at home!

Leave No Trace enjoying the view

Nathan, Sarah, and Jayla at Bug Hunt

Alanee being a camo pro!

Kiya being a camo pro!

Alanee and our new friend at breakfast

Christian at Butter Churning! 
Janet and Ashley playing GaGa ball

Ana and Kyra on beautiful Lake Ossipee

Mrs. Dobias in her natural habitat :)

Camp Cody!

Jerrik "testifying" in law class

Kiya and Ana at dinner

What great friends Agustin and Sophia are! 
Ashley, Meadow, and Gerson dissecting a rat!

Mrs. Dobias and Miss K!

Kyra churning butter!

Sarah and Ana playing a rock game!


  1. Thank you Mrs. Dobias for this wonderful blog. The kids look like they're having a blast. They are making great memories. Barbara Cote

  2. Mrs Dobias, I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for making this possible for the kids to have this wonderful experience. Seeing Ashley"s face and her smile in your blog makes me feel so much better about letting her go.Thank you for all you do. Kathy

  3. Thank you so much mrs. Dobias for doing this blog with the pictures it makes it so much easier for me because not being able to hear Jayla's voice everyday is very hard for me but at least I can see her being happy and the rest of the kids having a great time thank you so much for all you do