How refreshing to see Ashton with his new friend, Stowe, building a six-foot snow dude with a Mohawk and hear about Walker’s Boy Scout challenges from Polar Bear Camp. Winter activity is especially beneficial to combat the doldrums attributed to low sunlight levels. Racing down slopes on sleds, tubes, and snowboards here or Camp Mountain Run creates life time memories with rosy red checks.
Our boys lose track of time and temperature when they are careening down “the Rib cracker.” This appropriately named hill includes bumps and stumps. The ice-filled pavilion makes way for ice-skating ventures and the open fields are always available for snow angels.
This Sunday, January 24 from 2 to 6 p.m. we welcome you and your family to join us for Quiet Creek’s annual snow party. Bring your warm clothing and a healthy snack to share. If there is more mud than snow, we’ll play board games in the barn. The focus of the day is to enjoy community with good old-fashion fun.
Hope to see you soon; if not here, then in your own yard forming snow art and ramps.