We stripped the roof off of this old cabin (built in 1846). They are going to relocate the cabin to a different part of the camp.
For the rest of the week, the ladies and most of the kids worked in the kitchen serving the staff meals. After the meals they had to wash dishes and set up for the next meal. Tuesday night the ladies worked until 9:00PM and Wednesday until 7:30.
Kristi was head dishwasher
The guys cleaned out this old lean-to and stacked about 10 truck loads of fire wood
This is a truck. An empty truck. See the rock above (the really big rock)? We had to fill the truck with rocks. Why? Not sure. Our job wasn't to ask questions, just fill the truck. So we looked for rocks in the woods and filled the truck. As my friend Tom proclaimed..."God made rocks heavy for a reason...they weren't meant to be moved!" That was the most grueling of all jobs...mentally and physically...but we survived.
OK, now the playing:
One night the guys hiked up to the top of Sharp Top Mountain. That was very cool.
This was another hike we went on.
Like I mentioned before, I took over 400 pictures so it was hard picking out which ones to put on the blog. Maybe I'll be motivated and make a quick slide show when we get back.