Summer Beach Trip

Summer Beach Trip


I spent four days with the kids in Garden City, SC at the beach. We stayed at a Christian camp and slept in bunk bed dorms. Our theme for the week was the Lion King. You know, "Hakuna Matata", "Circle of life", "Remember who you are", those themes.

I had a great time. Some of the highlights included a shaving cream war at the beach between kids and counselors (unfortunately not pictured), a 2-on-2 volleyball tournament, and a music video by me and three of the kids (M.C. Hammer's "U Can't Touch This"). Here are some pictures from the trip:

Me with some of the kids on the porch of the dorms we stayed at. That's me in the middle with the goofy hat and sunglasses ;-).
Here's one of our evening sessions. We always started `em with music, praising the Lord!
Me with my devotional group for the trip. Since we used a dead fish to win a game on the first night, our group name was Roadkill.
Me and the rest of the counselors on the ground after a grueling tug-o-war contest with the kids. They gave up and let go, sending us into the sand.
Some more tug-o-war action. This time it's just the kids, with me supervising.
Me and the other Roadkill members with our living sandcastle.
Extreme closeup of me about to get slammed by an oncoming wave. I had a waterproof throwaway camera for the trip. Taken by yours truly.
Me and one of the kids about to catch a wave.
Me and my partner in our first (and last) game of the 2-on-2 volleyball tournament. Needless to say, volleyball ain't my best sport. ;-)
Here's me preparing to sunbathe while taking in the rest of the volleyball action.
Me and two other crazy guys in one of those mini photo booths. A very dignified pose, don't you think?
One of our counselors with four other lovely young ladies on the girls' side of our lodge. Needless to say, us guys never saw much of that side. Wonder who took this picture... ;-)
Here's a shot of our home for the week, with its motto for all to see.
Here's me trying on some new swimming attire. Whether you believe me or not, this was actually my turn in a relay race. So I was forced to don some female swimwear. Honest...

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