Girls' Lock-in and Boys' Camping

Hey everyone,

You've probably been wondering why we haven't updated our blog with beautiful pictures and videos, especially from the girls' lock-in and boys' camping trip about 2 weeks ago. And you know what? That's exactly what I was thinking too! That's why I'm going to put some of those pictures here right now!

So as you may have heard, the girls got to lock themselves inside HB! The night started with Vivian giving a message about how to resolve conflicts in a healthy and Christlike way. After that, the girls got serious about their cupcake-decorating skills.

 The girls doing a little taste-testing to make sure the cupcakes and decorations are...er...fresh.

The girls doing a little taste-testing to make sure the cupcakes and decorations are...er...fresh.

 The masterpieces of art. Almost seems like a shame to eat them...but I'm sure the girls did anyway.

The masterpieces of art. Almost seems like a shame to eat them...but I'm sure the girls did anyway.

 The girls also played a game in the dark called "Underground Church" and narrated scary stories each other before the night ended. Overall, a great night!

The girls also played a game in the dark called "Underground Church" and narrated scary stories each other before the night ended. Overall, a great night!

"But what about the boys??" you ask desperately. "Tell me more about the fun activities they did!" you demand! Alright alright, scroll below to see what the boys did!

We drove to a private campground next to Lake Chabot and started setting up a cozy fire and pitching our tents. Only problem was that it was pitch black so it was hard to see 2 feet in front of you, but that only made things more interesting.

 After a good 30 minutes of struggling to put our tents together, we were rewarded by hot sausages, warm clam chowder, and buttery dinner rolls.

After a good 30 minutes of struggling to put our tents together, we were rewarded by hot sausages, warm clam chowder, and buttery dinner rolls.

 The boys also heard scary stories, but we spent most of our time munching on delicious food roasted over an open fire. Late at night, we played board games inside our tents with just a small lantern as our source of light. It felt like we were connecting with nature...sort of.

The boys also heard scary stories, but we spent most of our time munching on delicious food roasted over an open fire. Late at night, we played board games inside our tents with just a small lantern as our source of light. It felt like we were connecting with nature...sort of.

Hopefully you guys can join us for our next boys' night/girls' night outing. Mark your calendars, bring your camping gear, prepare your sleeping bags!

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