The final days of camp are a time of transition, a time of reflection, and a great time for celebration. The girls have been finishing their paddles, some have been carving spoons and forks. This morning we had a fun canoe festival which included among other tasks, canoeing, sometimes in the traditional sense, more so, however, costumes, cheering, sense of team and getting wet were the objectives. Nahmakanta Explorers are still high from their hike up Katahdin yesterday. No one seemed to sore from the experience; they had plenty of hiking days to prepare. The morning started with 6:30 bird watchers, 7:00 Polar Bears and then campers brought breakfast to their Yurt Leaders in Bed. Everyone had breakfast in bed. The evening finished with a final campfire which featured yurt songs and skits. Mother Nature provided a wonderful sunset and moon rising and beautiful songs from the Loons.