On March 11th, 280 dads and kids descended on the Peace River campground. This was the second largest campout of the year and set a record for the number of campers. We had incredible weather for this campout. On Saturday morning – over 100 canoes set out to explore the river and hunt for fossilized shark teeth. The river was a little higher than normal making fossil hunting a little difficult. The best fossil hunting was right by our campsite. Everyone enjoyed the day playing in the river, rope swing and mud pits. Saturday night was capped off with a broken arrow ceremony. We celebrated 8 children who have grown up camping with their dads and the Great Sun Nation. Luckily no forest fires were set by wayward flaming arrows.