BB's was phenomenal! Once again, the BB's instructor, Mr. Miller, taught me something that pertains not only to BB's, but life. He told us to NEVER GIVE UP. He was right. I got 48/50 on the first day and kept trying all week for a perfect score at the end. However, my final score was 43/50. Even though it wasn't perfect, I tried hard, never gave up and actually had a ton of fun. The bad news is that this was Mr. Miller's last year with this camp experience. Maybe I'll see him again at another scouting event. He will definitely be remembered!
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My dad is awesome! He took all of his days off to spend with me at camp. On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday he was a chaperone. On Tuesday and Thursday, he wasn't there because he's a firefighter and had to go to work. He makes me so proud and it's not just his handlebar moustache that makes me say that. One of my favorite moments during camp was on Wednesday and Friday when my dad and I got to go over to the fire trucks early to meet the guys. I shook their hands and I know that my dad was probably proud of me, too. Having him there meant the world to me. I can't wait until we go to overnight camp together later this summer.
Day camp gave me so many memories that I will never forget. If you ever get a chance to go, you should do it! Have you ever been to a summer camp and made memories like me? What is one of your favorite memories from camp? If you didn't go to camp, what about a favorite summer memory?