We woke up to a cold morning...
It was one of those mornings that makes your nose cold. We bundled up and started the campfire and fired up the camp stove for coffee and tea.
After breakfast, we walk to the other camp.
On the property next door, there is another Sukkot campground with some campers we know from previous years. We walk a ways over to the camp and the children were delighted to see a SANDBOX for them to play at.
The day had warmed up quickly and we were already shedding our morning jackets.
The Meeting Hall
Our last stay was in 2018 and this structure was just a foundation and walls with no roof. This year, the project is finished and looks GREAT!
Lots of windows!
Barn door entrance.
The porch is cozy, with chairs that convert into a picnic table!
The Sukkot week begins today and most of the campers have arrived. Zac gave an overview of some camp rules for the families staying on the property. We introduced ourselves, family by family.
The girls entertained themselves with coloring pages from their folders.
After being dismissed for lunch, we returned to the hall for Bible Study. People would volunteer to read ten verses, then the room was open for commentary and thoughts.
This was our first day holy convocation... practice anyway.
Back to Camp for Dinner
After being dismissed, we visited with other families and returned to camp. The table was all set for our Sabbath evening dinner.
We had a scented candle which made our campsite very inviting this year.
Helping mom heat up dinner.
Tasted great! Chicken divan in the pan.
Climbing the Mountain
After dinner, the children asked if we could climb the mountain. We all climbed up the path to the peak.
Using her walking stick to climb the mountain.
The Sun is getting low in the sky.
Some Sukkah's from previous years at the top of the mountain.
Finding "Goodly Boughs"
As a part of Sukkot, we find good branches to decorate our Sukkah. My son helps me find some cedar branches.
It was getting dark, so we only found a few. I also unknowingly touched some poison ivy, I would later discover.
It was a fun day, finished up with some roasted marshmallows
We put blinding bright headlamps on our children.
Another Fun Day on the Homestead
It was a great way to spend the first day of Sukkot. I plan on continuing this series all the way to the end.
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