Construction Camp, Day 2

Day two brought more tool demos and practice, a few assistant photographers, and the base of our future roof-saving support beam. The younger group began practicing with drills and hammers today. We used the chop saw to cut some major pieces. Friendships are forming fast and excitement is building.

We had to gather supplies. One person in and one person out made for a traffic jam.
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The complexities of a multi-age camp (as young as 5, as old as 14) are always worth the magic moments and amazing friendships that form.
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I have an incredibly nice d7000 Nikon camera. Nearly every day of school and camp I trust my youngest friends to handle it with care and with a certain professionalism. My camera carries on unscathed, and my collection of photos from 3 feet lower grows and grows. Here are a few highlights from their perspective today.

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Now we have the skill base and the actual base. Time to build on both.