While this blog generally covers the work done on the Camp Daniel grounds, I thought it would be a nice change to show the Camp Daniel family taking some time off for fun. Trish had the great idea to do a pumpkin carving night complete with snacks and apple cider.
So the Camp Daniel missionaries and good friends, Rudie Koch and the Cleereman family all brought their pumpkins to the Hartley House where Trish had two long tables set up for carving.
Leave it to a guy to feel the need to pull out the power tools to carve a jack-o-lantern! We were debating whether Marceaux was cheating, or showing us his genius.
an MJ size pumpkin.
Molly and Justin were such a cute couple, as they took 2 hours to carve a pumpkin together. Justin probably got a sore neck because he had the little carving knife in his teeth and was sawing back and forth. They made a minion which is super cute.
At Camp Daniel, we try really hard to succeed in living in community. It's not always easy, as we have many different personalities, but it's times like this that bring us all together again. And it's very easy to just keep on working, working, working, and forget about taking time out for fellowship and fun. So I thank Trish again, for being such a great asset to the Camp Daniel missionary family.
If you'd like to see more pics of the festivities, and the finished pumpkins, check out some of the facebook posts from Annissa and Trish.