Wednesday, May 4, 2022

Harrison’s 6th grade camping trip

Testing out Harrison’s sleeping mat and bag. 

Ready for his adventure while Lewis makes sure Harrison doesn’t forget his silliness. Harrison was dropped off successfully (other kiddos had a harder time, God Bless them). 

Lewis and Shortbread made sure Harrison’s bed stayed warm 

Harrison spread his wings toward his first school overnight adventure to Olympic Peninsula, Wednesday April 27-Friday April 29 and it was a huge success. A dear friend texted me saying she thought she just saw Harrison at the Sol Duc…yup that was him indeed. How neat to have a friend be in the same place with her family and see Harrison. God works in wonderful ways. My anxiety was low (at least I thought so) and to have a text from Jessica was an uplighting moment. She then say the Billings buses the next day headed up Hurricane Ridge. 
Harrison said he loved the talent show, he got to announce everything and did a Bigfoot skit.
Breakfast was moldy bagels and knock off cheerios, Honey Nut Scooters…obviously the bagels were not moldy but that was his perception. 
Hotdogs tasted like poop (I don't know how he could know what poop tastes like, lol!)
Had really good pasta (not something he has ever had)
Tried celery and it tasted like vanilla ice cream 
Slept 5 hours each night 

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