Ozark Family Camp

We had a fun time at Ozark Family Camp last week, and I have lots of pictures to show you! I decided to do the Picasa album link this time, so here’s the slideshow. You can click on it to go see larger versions of the pictures. If there’s any you’d like a full size copy of, just let me know.

It was so fun to see folks whom I hadn’t seen in years, many of whom Jonathan and the Blessings hadn’t met (if you go to the album, there will be captions). We were blessed by the terrific speakers – John Heller was the main speaker, teaching about the Holy Spirit, and J and I attended Steve Price’s sessions on the Believer Priest. The children all enjoyed their classes as well. Davey was in the teens class… that felt strange!

A few of the highlights –

Monday afternoon we went on the trail rides. Eight years was the minimum, so I took Ellie and Kate on the first ride. Jonathan, the boys, and Grace met us at the Hitching Post and J and the three older boys went on the second ride. Later that afternoon, Grace and Stephen got to ride around the playground as well. No pictures of the big boys and Jonathan on their ride!

Tuesday, we had a picnic lunch down by the camp lake with the group of families to which we’d been assigned. After lunch, our family all went out on the lake in paddle boats, with varying degrees of enjoyment.

Wednesday night was actually our last night at camp, as we needed to come back and get a few work jobs done. It was also banquet night, which made a nice opportunity to roam the dining room getting pictures of friends. I missed plenty, but here are some of the shots I did get:



We were late registering for camp and the waiting list was not moving, so we were planning to tent camp. But several days before departure, Aunt Karen (who is my aunt by love, not by blood) emailed and invited us to use their downstairs bedrooms. We were thrilled to accept! Next year, I think we’ll mail our registration right away, because it would have been lovely to be in the thick of things instead of a short drive away. I’m also praying that we get to stay the whole week next time!

Our time at Ozark was delightful. There was lots of personal learning that I haven’t even touched on here. Perhaps later this week…

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3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. TAB
    Aug 02, 2009 @ 21:17:40

    Sounds like you had a great time!

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  2. Laurie Lynn
    Aug 04, 2009 @ 09:14:23

    Fun, tiring and refreshing!John Heller was at KBC one year I remember and I think he spoke on Hebrews! So glad you could go as a family!

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  3. Kim & Dave
    Aug 13, 2009 @ 16:26:37

    Was so fun to renew an old friendship, Laurel!!!

    Reply

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