What an outstanding month we’ve had! We’ve pulled out of our spot at Pineview Camp, and moved to the Walmart in Kosciusko so we can get an early start tomorrow. But before we hit the road , let me share just some of the highlights of this month.
Although we three couples are the best of friends, and have even gone cruisin’ together, this is the first time we have all managed to land at the same project together. Not only we were working just the three of us couples, but since this is just a start-up camp, there was only one other person on the campus at any given time. We shared most dinners, sometimes just bringing our own plates of food, but more often getting together in the kitchen, discussing who was contributing what and in the end presenting a feast!
Easter ham, Florentine chicken, moose stew, steaks, tacos, breakfast for dinner – it was all amazing and so much fun! We loved having the big kitchen to cook in, and thoroughly enjoyed a new level of fellowship!
So much was accomplished in these three short weeks. The guys built six sets of bunk beds, did electrical work and plumbing work, and checked lots of other odds and ends off of their long job list. I know they were super busy and productive, but I have so very few pictures of them! Here they are constructing the bunk beds in place.
After they built them, we three stained and sealed them.
They looked really nice when the room was put back together again
(We were so busy I had to clone myself!)
After the staining, We tackled a multitude of dorm rooms and bathrooms.
but as always, managed to find a bit of fun in the doing!
I mean really, wouldn’t you enjoy cleaning with these ladies?
Thankfully, the facility was in good shape (cleaning wise), and mostly just needed a good dusting, sweeping, and bathroom shine.
At last count we were at 150+ beds, 19 showers, 30 toilets, 26 sinks, and one kitchen. But who’s really counting!
To take a break from the cleaning, we also tackled several flower beds.
Hopefully, these little areas of blooms will continue throughout the summer to brighten the ‘curb appeal’ of the camp!
(Gary, Kim, and Joe are the architects of this cute spot. Doncha love it?)