My 2018 Tribune Bay Camp Experience

Hello everyone,

In today’s post I’m going to be telling you about my experience at the Tribune Bay Outdoor Adventure Camp. I had a great time and did a lot of cool stuff like repelling down a climbing wall,  kayaking, walking across logs in the air and climbing big ladders. I’m going to tell you all about it in these  in  the next paragraphs!


The first activity that our group was kayaking. I really enjoyed kayaking with my group. We went out far and looked at some cliffs and rocks. We also learned about some of the fish in the water around Tribune Bay. The next activity we did was repelling. I did repelling last year and I had lots of fun. This year I was a little bit better at it than last year. This time I was pushing my feet off the wall and repelling down. After doing kayaking and repelling, we had dinner. The first night we had spaghetti and Caesar salad. It was really good. And my favourite, we had apple crumble for desert. It was so good. After dinner, we had some free time. My friends and I just hung-out at are cabins and waited for camp fire. When it came to camp fire I would sit beside my friends and wait until the camp leader showed up. When he got to campfire we did some repeat after me songs and some dances. After all the camp songs we got to have hot chocolate and popcorn. After campfire we had free time to hangout with friends. My friends and I just walked around the camp.


The next day we did High Ropes. At the high ropes, I did something called the Possum Log. At the possum log you climb up cargo net and then try and stand on a log then walk across it. Last year I scooched across it instead of walking across it. This year I walked across it. The next activity we did was the leap of faith. The leap of faith is where you climb up a telephone pole and then jump of it and try to grab the trapeze. Sadly, I didn’t grab the bar but I was close. I had lots of fun at camp.


Thanks for reading!


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