Wilderness Weekly 2.3.17

February 03, 2017 | 0 comments

Brumbies:

The Brumbies engaged in a powerful group therapy session where they were able to express their regrets, resentments, and resolutions. They also looked at their identity as a group to decide who they want to be. With so many new boys and a strong leader about to leave the Brumbies and move on to his next adventure they have the chance to create a strong group culture.

The student that is leaving expressed the strange feeling of being excited to go home and get on with his life while feeling a strange sadness of saying goodbye to students he has grown with and a desert he has grown to love. The students then heard the call of the wild coyotes while they were processing and supporting new students to the group.

Lorikeets:

The were taught how to play a game called Salad Bowl, where you guess the names of famous people written down through verbal and physical clues. This went very well and they had a great time.

All the girls out of first camp and enjoying being in main camp with everyone and they are having successful gatherings and were open to feedback.

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