Behind the Scenes of Camp Little Cloud

A lot is happening at Camp Little Cloud this week. Magic, Ty, Apache, Sugar, Cowboy, and 13 of their horse friends arrived at camp on Monday afternoon.

sampling the hay

It didn’t take long for all 18 horses to explore their area and to have a taste from each pile of hay- to find out which is the freshest!

tankthenewguy

The horses are still getting rid of their winter coats, and the rain we had on Monday didn’t help their appearance. We think Tank, the newest edition to our horse group, will look pretty dapper after we get all the hay off of his face! What do you think?

Check out Magic, who walked off the trailer and immediately started rolling around! He was so excited to head to camp!

Teepees

In between the horse deliveries, we worked to move brand new teepee poles to their spot at our Whippoorwill unit, which will be home to 6 new teepees this summer.

teepee poles

Weekend Horseback Riding

We still have several weekend horseback riding time slots available, we encourage your troop to sign up today! You can find out more about the opportunities we have available this spring here: http://girlscoutstoday.org/girls/programs/equestrian-program

 Volunteer!

Want to help girls experience horseback riding? We need volunteers who have experience working with horses and are interested in giving girls the life changing experience of riding a horse. For more information and to attend an informational meeting email Angela Ventris at AngelaV@GirlScoutsToday.org.

That’s all for this week of outdoor program with Angela Ventris. Check back next week for more excited news and adventures in outdoor program!

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One Response to Behind the Scenes of Camp Little Cloud

  1. Cathy says:

    I was on staff at Little Cloud in the late 1960s and 1970s. I enjoyed this peek at the camp, but was hoping to see more pictures of what the place looks like today!

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