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We are truly blessed to have a shrine to this wonderful saint so close by.
After sharing this day of prayer and pilgrimage, all met up at Akela and Raksha’s home for a BBQ to celebrate our time together as we prepare for camp in July with our brothers in Canada, and to begin anew with new otters, timber wolves and explorers in September for our second year of faith and adventure!
He also explained other sources of water to look for, including the most basic one, bringing your own. Next we got some basic first aid training to treat common injuries like cuts, broken arms, and burn wounds.
The wolves practiced on eachother, then our otters went out into the woods and each pretened to have a different injury.
Wilderness training took up the whole meeting so we wrapped up with our closing prayers and circle.
Thanks again to Ryan for providing a great experience for the wolves, and a great end to our regular meetings for the year.
The boys and girls were able to leave their prayer intentions at the shrine, and at then end, gave the first timber wolf howl in the city of Philadelphia! The faith and example of children can be a mighty thing in itself, and there were a few people that spoke to us, that asked about us, and who just noticed the kids and were touched by their humble and innocent faith.
We had another great session of wildreness training graciously offered by our wilderness guid Ryan.
After the opening circle Ryan started off by showing the boys how to make a solar still with a cup and a piece of plastic sheeting. As the boys and girls worked at digging their holes, Ryan explained the importance of staying hydrated, especially when camping and hiking.
The meeting wrapped up with our prayers in the chapel lead by our sixers, and the final Circle.
As we got ready to leave for the night, the Exlporers took it upon themselves to start practicing camp songs for our camp in June!
To escape the threat, the boys had to carry their fainting brothers to the other end of the hall until there was only one left.