It was so great to have Holly and the TES bus to give students a ride to the top of Mountain Highway where we met to begin our exploration of a short portion of the Baden Powell Trail.
We watched for the BP markings on the trees to make sure we stayed on the right trail. The day was beautiful and warm with no rain. We enjoyed some rounds of “Raven Spy” as we stopped for our snack break and further along the trail, fun was had exploring the creek and walking across the creek on a log.
We found some mussel shells in the creek so we made up a story of how they might have gotten there. We rented the BC Mills House for part of the day where we explored the photos and artifacts from the logging that took place along Lynn Creek, drew pictures, painted with water colours and enjoyed the warm cozy feeling of an indoor space in the park.
We were joined by the Coywolves group near the end of the day for some games on the wet muddy field while we waited for the bus to take everyone home.