British and American

Posted: July 3 2017

‘Don’t put of until tomorrow what you can do today, because if you do it today, and you like it, you can always do it again tomorrow.’

B and A broke out in Wasserman Hall this morning, at the Sunday morning meeting. As Jason was telling the boys about the new flag that had been bought for us (thank you Fox Sounds), he was rudely pushed to one side by King George then tied up and blindfolded. The Brits tried to take over the hall, but the Americans came to the rescue and British and American had started. We now have a couple of days of fun events for the boys to compete in that will take us up to the social with Camp Marimeta on the 4th.

Normal days, such as they are will probably not be seen again until the second session. The boys will have been here two weeks tomorrow and no-one can quite believe that two weeks has elapsed since those buses rolled in on the 19th June.

As I write this there are fireworks going off all across the lake. Fireworks in the summer is something I have had to get used to. We normally let them off (in England at least) in November. ‘Remember, remember the 5th of November…’

The weekend is over and all is well, so let’s all safely rest.

Goodnight everybody

As ever…WOODY!

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