The worst day of camp: the last.

Camp is officially over, we had an amazing time this week! So many local students were able to come out and enjoy the amazing day we had planned! We played a whole lot of games, had a great day at the spa, made Alaskan s’mores, and attended a community dinner where we met even more amazing people up here in Alaska!! Here’s a few more pictures from our time here in Alaska!

11 thoughts on “The worst day of camp: the last.

  1. Last day of camp is so bittersweet! Sounds like you all really made the most of your week – praying for a safe trip home and that God would use the relationships you all built this week for His glory! You all rock! Leaders – I hope you all are adequately caffeinated today thanks for being a rockstar group of leaders – so grateful for each of you!
    -Maddie

  2. Hey yall! Congratulations on completing a week of connecting, relating, and being a light for Jesus.

    Travel safely to anchorage tonight!! Malachi, will you go down the slide for me?

    Lexi thanks so much for the thoughtfulness of each days update! Im praying for a trek back home that is without any type of illness. Take care and see you guys soon!

  3. Glad that many local students were able to come and join you at camp and that you were able to experience the amazing beauty of God’s creation. Praying your flight home goes well and looking forward to seeing you.
    Brian

  4. Wow what a view Josh!! Enjoy and cherish your last couple of days in Alaska, it can all go by so fast. Look forward to giving you a big hug soon

  5. Shout out to Joshua, nice picture! hope you did get eaten by mosquitoes. You square one and magnets are waiting for you on the desk! Cody still goes to your room every night waiting for the coconut oil treatment.
    We all miss you!
    Mom

  6. Shout out to Joshua, nice picture! hope you didnt get eaten by mosquitoes. You square one and magnets are waiting for you on the desk! Cody still goes to your room every night waiting for the coconut oil treatment.
    We all miss you!
    Mom

  7. That is great news that so many local students came to camp! The fact that the last day is sad is a good problem to have! So happy that you could all bless the community of Sutton along with Eaglecrest!

    Cant wait to see you Noah and hear all about it! We miss and love ya tons!

  8. Not sure you’ll get to hear these comments before you hop on the plane to come back. If you are sitting at the airport waiting for your flight, ask Addie about ways to spend the time in an airport. She should have some suggestions. Guessing most of us back here are rested and ready for the return of our Alaskan explorer. I know our home has been a little quieter in your absence Addie. Weeks like these are good for the ones who are left behind as well. We are reminded of all the good (and sometimes not so good) that you add to our family. Soak up these last hours with each other. I know Addie experienced a withdrawal last year once she was back home so I challenge each of you to work on maintaining the connections you formed this week with each other and the kids in Alaska. A number of you don’t go to school together but there are ways to keep in contact-message each other, go old school and mail a note to somebody or plan a lunch date to get together.

    Look forward to seeing your tired face tomorrow at church. I’ll be waiting with open arms to give you a big hug. Without a puppy.

    Love,
    Mom

  9. Wow, that seemed to go by so…. fast? Well, enjoy and make the most of your time left up there. We are excited to see you all back in Wisconsin with stories!

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