Welcome to the blog of Lighthouse Christian Homeschool!

This blog serves three purposes:

1. To have a place to 'jot down' the day to day happenings in our homeschool for our support teacher to see, in hopes that some of the things we do will fit nicely into the provincial learning outcomes.

2. To keep my family up to date on what we're 'up to'.

3. To glorify God.

So on that note, come on in!

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Family Camp at Sunnybrae

We started August by heading to Shuswap Lake for a fun-filled week of Family Camp at Sunnybrae Bible Camp.We were refreshed by the preaching of God's word and by the fun family activities and by the lack of having to cook (well I was anyways). Once again, a picture is worth a thousand words, so here's the photos:

The Sunnybrae Lodge - the dining hall is below and lodge rooms above

Fun in the Lake - Rebecca and Rebecca, best friends forever

Joshua and Caleb playing on "The Log" with their second cousin Kevin

Tim and his Dad kayaking together

Me in the Kayak with lots of kids on the log in the background

Caleb at Archery with the arrow mid-air...nice shot

Christine at the Riflery Range

Our team, the Blue Buccaneers, with the ship we built out of cardboard.
Everyone helped, both adults and kids.

Since our ship had no bottom, we floated it in the camp dinghy!

A week at family camp is not complete without a hike to Margaret Falls...

..and a stop for Ice Cream too!
These are single scoop! Huge!
Time for the Trail Ride!
Joshua getting to know his horse
On the Trail. I was so impressed with how well they did, especially since this was Joshua and Rebecca's first time on a trail ride!
We spent the week getting to know the 'Kelowna Millard's' a little better too

We are so blessed to spend a week at camp like this, and we are so thankful for Tim's parents who helped make the week a little more affordable, and to God who gave us perfect weather and lots of friends and family to spend the week with. We had such a great time!

1 comment:

  1. What an amazing week of fellowship. Lovely photographs Natasha!