Early Saturday morning, Mom, Olivia, and I headed out to Kiwanis Scout Camp at Marine on St. Croix. I haven’t done that many trials this year, and since Olivia didn’t get a spot, it became my trial. The camp is about an hour from our house and it is also, conveniently, on the way to Illinois, where we needed to go Saturday night.
Olivia and I could not wait to get back in the car. Road trips are something we love, even if we only returned home three days ago from our six day trip. Both of us we looking ahead to see where we were headed.
I got to search in some fun little cabins, and outside around a lot of logs and trees. It was a lot of fun, but unfortunately, I missed one hide and Mom made some mistakes causing me to miss another later in the day. Only one mistake is allowed to get a leg. No worries, Mom is more chill about it all now that Olivia is doing so well. We just enjoyed spending the day together.
To stretch our legs we could walk up the road which is where we found this sign. Of course, I would not pose with it because there are probably ticks all around it. It is a fun sign for ticks, though.
Social distancing was required as well as masks for the humans when indoors. Usually it is a six foot rule, but at camp it is three campfires. We never saw a campfire. It was a cold day, with a high in the low sixties but still no fire. You may recall back in March we found that in Iowa social distancing is measured in cows. Different places, different measurements, I guess.
Overall it was a nice day at Kiwanis Scout Camp. We enjoyed our trial and had a lot of socializing with friends in the parking lot. It ended early which is good because we had a five hour drive to Illinois for Olivia’s nose work trial on Sunday.
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