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We are truly blessed to have a shrine to this wonderful saint so close by.
After sharing this day of prayer and pilgrimage, all met up at Akela and Raksha’s home for a BBQ to celebrate our time together as we prepare for camp in July with our brothers in Canada, and to begin anew with new otters, timber wolves and explorers in September for our second year of faith and adventure!
We followed with a game of Shark Attack, where unsuspecting beach goers were pulled uner the water (parachute) by ravenous sharks!
Our life gaurds worked hard to save them, but in the end the sharks ate everyone.
Next up, Bagheera gave the boys a lesson on the first law of the Exlporers, and taught our first knot tighing lesson. We got a lot of granny knots in the mean time, but the boys soon got the hang of it.
Bahgeera also recommended this great web site for learning about all kinds of knots.
Among the statues and art at the shrine, and all the history the kids were able to learn about, they were also able to offer their prayer intentions in front of some relics of St.
After the opening circle Ryan started off by showing the boys how to make a solar still with a cup and a piece of plastic sheeting. As the boys and girls worked at digging their holes, Ryan explained the importance of staying hydrated, especially when camping and hiking.Wilderness training took up the whole meeting so we wrapped up with our closing prayers and circle.Thanks again to Ryan for providing a great experience for the wolves, and a great end to our regular meetings for the year.The Timberwolves divided into groups and each group hussled out to the aid of a fallen otter.The otters were taken to our makesift hospital where Ryan examined our wolves’ handiwork and gave them some more pointers.