Peace River Campout

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.

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  1. Staggering Buffalo
    Staggering Buffalo says:

    This is my daughters favorite trip of the year, between the canoe trip, the shark teeth hunting, the tree swings and the smores they are mad every year on Sunday morning when I tell them its time to go home!

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