Family Diabetes Camp | The Highlight

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Comment by typeIIjan on April 5, 2011 at 3:56pm
As one who is petrified of heights, I have to agree what a tremedous thing it was for Caleb to do the tree climb and the rope walk. Colin, too! Actually, I used to climb trees when i was a little girl, but I fell out of enough of them to change my mind about how necessary eye-hand coordination and a sense of depth are for some activities. Congratulations you your kids. It sounds like you all had a spectacular camp experience.....jan.
Comment by Gerri on April 6, 2011 at 11:43am
Way to go, Caleb. WOW! Those tree rungs were really far apart. That's a work out. The wire walk wasn't easy either.

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