Never, ever, underestimate the power of a kind word, or its uglier cousin, the unkind word.’
The Whites continue to be strong. D-Day followed by counsellor soccer followed by Capture the Flag all went their way today. This translates into a lead of around 500 points (according to the CM algorithm). But with a possible 2000 points still to play for the competition is still wide open. As I write this, the Seniors are playing Hatchet Hunt, a game all about clues and running. A ‘hatchet’ is hidden somewhere on camp, and the team with the fastest runners and the ‘biggest’ brains will win this one. Playing at night makes it that much harder, and the boys really get into it.
The weather has returned to normal. Despite all that rain on Thursday, the grass does not appear to be that much greener. It will recover, of course, but it might take time.
Early tomorrow morning Doc’s Run takes place along with the Menominee Masters. Doc’s is a 4.5 mile run out on the beautiful forest roads, and the Masters takes place at a proper 18 hole golf course. And it’s also Town Day tomorrow!!
With all that to come, I will need some sleep. All is well on this final Saturday, so safely rest.