Tuesday, June 13, 2017

Lewis and Clark State Park–week 3–Halloween

It was Halloween in June, a very popular weekend here at Lewis & Clark State Park.

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Halloween

The campground was full again and there were lots of children. We started out with a haunted trail on Friday night, Saturday was crafts, bobbing for apples, trick-or-treating, a costume contest and, of course, treat truck. Sunday morning was another craft and presentation on bats. There were a lot of costumes, including adults, and many sites were decorated.

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Saturday there was an incident where some kids floated too far out and the wind kept taking them farther. One of them swam in and the ranger was contacted for rescue of the other two.

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We also got to meet some other full time RVers and some camp hosts from other states. It was fun talking to them.

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We had a staff picnic today, our last day here. Tomorrow we head to Fort Stevenson State Park, about 130 miles west, for our second camp hosting session this summer. I’ll add blog posts while we’re there, hopefully, depending on internet.

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