.... was the non stop day.
with breakfast for all (7-8am) and off to the beach to set
up the tents, boards, coolers and lesson boards.
Surf lesssons went
good even with the tide being a little deep. The surf was
like waist to shoulder with a little wind on it.
the camp we had a group of amazing helpers making up the 300
sandwiches to bring down to the beach. They were
devoured in like 10 minutes. We had the mini surf contest
and all the kids made it fun to watch.
With Chef David and Robin
hard at work cooking the 100 pounds of boneless pork and the
35 chickens, dinner would be no less than a feast,
accompanied by corn (thanks to the volunteer corn-shuckers)
beans, potato salad and Boone's wife's infamous broccoli
massive food grindage, the band set up and gave us a
spectacular hour show.
We were blessed with lots of give-aways,
thanks for that goes to Oakley from New Smyrna, Ocean Minded
sandals, P.B. Boys Club, IWS (Island Water Sports) Lake
Worth and Coastal Surf and Ski.
Dan, the drummer shared
another heart driven devotion with us.
9:30pm - Next up was
the movie of the night. With some prayer and good
fortune we managed to get the newest "Walking on
Water" movie, that wasnít even released yet ,delivered
from California over night. (Thanks Bryan). The movie was a
TOTAL hit. I think a lot of people in the crowd wished
they had known a Bryan Jennings when they were 14 yrís old.
After dinner we pulled the
winning ticket for the Raffle surfboard. The winner
came up and I asked him how many tickets he'd bought.
He said, "None!" He'd found five tickets on the ground
and that whoever they belonged to should come up and get the
board. It happened to be his friend that had lost the
tickets and since he was honest about the find, his friend
let him keep the board. STOKED!!!
too much stuff to give away and too little time to do it by
drawing raffle ticket numbers, we resorted to doing a
product toss to made quick business of it.
11pm and back to our camp
sites. EXCELLENT DAY