In the world outside of camp, weather rarely breaks the barriers of small talk, you grab an umbrella and you're fine. However, "Some weather we're having" is the start of a much more important conversation where the vast majority of your day is spent outside. I've witnessed sessions of camp where it's been completely dry, I've spent time at camp when it's rained for over half a session. Some weeks are kind enough to allow program directors to plan for the best outdoor activities, but even the most confident PD is aware of the massive power shift presented by rain.
In this episode of the Shrine Mont Camp Cast, I spent the day with Music And Drama Camp as they prepared to spend their evening under the stars and around a campfire. But will the threat of rain on the mountain lead to an improvised evening program? We also share some past experiences with rough weather and learn what you can do in the event of rain at camp.
- Kevin Cole
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