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Kappa Iota - University of Idaho

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7/20/15 - Camp Riley day 2

Our time at camp Riley has been going so well so far. Since the 48 foot long horse run is our only project for the week, we have had our whole team focusing exclusively on just that.

 

even with so many guys we have been able to keep everyone busy and working. Today we went to the site for the first time and started setting the giant 6x6 posts in their holes. 

Flashbacks to hauling trex posts at Brooklyn's playground

Flashbacks to hauling trex posts at Brooklyn's playground

We spent the whole day getting the posts in, lined up, plumbed, squared, and cemented in place. It might not seem like a lot, but getting this all done right now is gonna make things so much easier over the next few days.

Teamwork at it's finest

Teamwork at it's finest

After we were done working we got to go back and hangout with the campers some more. My cabin has some of the most amazing young women I've ever met And it's a blast getting to play games and hang out with them.

The camp plays a game all week called moose, where you hold up antlers and say someone's name. If they look at you without holding up their hands, they have to roll on the floor. 

The camp plays a game all week called moose, where you hold up antlers and say someone's name. If they look at you without holding up their hands, they have to roll on the floor. 

I'm really excited to get to spend the rest of the week here with Elm Cabin, and I can't wait to see what games we get to play next. 

- Ryker Belnap

 

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