Hey all! It’s been so much fun interacting with these kids this year. Last year I didn’t know what to expect. This year my expectations (set by my over-achieving self!) were high. It’s been so much fun having a whole new crop of kids this year, plus enjoying my minor upgrades, like the awning over the cooking cabin and the hydroponic tower garden, which continues to be a hit. (We recently made lettuce wraps to go with the sushi the kids are now expert at making.) But I wanted to include some photos of our fabulous desserts for this post. In total, we’ve made chocolate chip cookies, S’more brownie bites, chocolate chip banana bread, mini red velvet cupcakes, and a lot of smoothies. (Do you think those count as dessert? I would qualify them as a healthy treat. Dessert doesn’t have to be bad for you!)
Mini Red Velvet Cupcakes
And while I apologize for my relative silence on the blogosphere, I urge you to check out Camp Scatico’s excellent blog about the activities at camp! You will find updates about the infamous Scatico Color Wars, the CIT trip, Tribes and many other #Scatico traditions. (Unfortunately, no pictures of desserts are featured.)
This pizza is not Sal’s, but it is the best pizza IN camp!
Drum roll, please….
So many good suggestions that we just couldn’t decide! In the end we picked two: one for the inside of the cabin and one for the porch.
The actual cooking cabin is called The Cook Shack. It was selected by an 11-year-old boy. An 11-year-old girl chose the name of the porch, Scaticafe. Don’t you love it? It just so happens the two who gave the names were the same age. 🙂
I still need to reward them! I think they both want pizza from Sal’s, the best pizza near camp!