PGL May 2019

Day Two

Mud Glorious Mud

Well, when one is reflecting upon today, there is an overarching memory of mud! Put it this way, if you have any seeds that need planting on your child’s return, you could use them as a human grow bag and, if not, the items in the wet bags would suffice!

It was amazing to see so many individuals throw caution to the wind and immerse themselves, quite literally, in the Muddy Challenge course. At times, we all struggled to identify who we were talking to on exit!

The photographs will give you an idea.

Ready for the circus

Today's activities began with Archery, Trapeze and more Abseiling, closely followed by the Muddy Challenge. Once again, the children encouraged each other and pushed themselves to complete the various challenges.

One of the highlights for the children was Mr Hughes appearing and, even better, Mr Hughes shimmying up the telegraph pole to the trapeze! A noble effort!

After a good, well-earned lunch, the long awaited trip to the shop got under way. With sweets and souvenirs purchased, it was back to more activities, namely, Zip Wire, Muddy Challenge, Climbing and Rifles.

Wakey wakey!

We all survived the night! 

We were actually really impressed with the children, who managed to sleep soundly through the night. Rustling began at about 6.15am which is pretty good as far as PGL trips go.

Everyone is looking forward to a hearty breakfast and the next round of activities.

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