A more beautiful breakfast location is hard to find. Continue reading Switzerland Part 3: Up and Down the Mountains
Look at this. Not even four weeks in to the Year of the Volunteer challenge, and already I’m behind on blogging. In my defence, it’s because I’ve been very busy with Guiding things! At the start of April, my Guides and I went on a trip with some of our friends. A lot of our friends. We had two coach loads just from our Division, … Continue reading Legoland
Could you survive in the aftermath of an earthquake? These Guides can! Continue reading Be Prepared!
This week’s Brownies saw us divided into Adventure groups for most of the evening. I was with the Adventure group, some of the youngest girls. We picked out some activities to do this term, and then we started doing one – Special Design, from page 49 of the Brownie Adventure book. We didn’t really get very far, but we’ve got a lot of half-finished bits … Continue reading Adventures, Chocolates, and Smoothies
Our first Brownie meeting of term was quite fun. We did a little planning – the girls gave us some suggestions for activities, and they want to do the Toymaker badge this term. That should be interesting. One of their suggestions was a snowball fight, so we did that right then and there. The Brownies love snowball fights. We do it with newspaper and cotton … Continue reading Snowball fights and unit charters
In the last post, I alluded to the fact that we stole our Guides tents. The joint part of the joint Brownie and Guide camp finished on Saturday morning, and we said goodbye to the Brownies just before lunchtime. We took down as many tents as we could – and sent most of them home with Brownie parents to save on space in the Leader’s … Continue reading Summer Camp 2015: Tentless Adventures
We were anxiously watching the weather forecast as it changed – and changed – and changed – and changed once more. Would we have a dry camp or a wet one? Would the Brownies and Guides learn valuable lessons about following the kit list because we used our waterproofs? Or would they need the sun cream and hats instead? Would the Met Office give the … Continue reading Summer Camp 2015 – Challenges and Campfires