Day 12 at the 19th Bolton Centenary Camp

Today we woke up and had a breakfast consisting of spam, toast and beans. We then had a quick inspection and got on the yellow bus that took us into Victoria, where we visited the Royal British Columbia Museum.


We were then allowed freetime in Victoria which many of the troop spent buying baseball mitts, inspired by last night’s game they went on to wear them while walking round Victoria. Some of the troop also decided to spend their money on GOOD food which was nice for once.

We then went back to camp to a intense game of table tennis between Snape and Little Sam (won by Snape) followed by a filling meal prepared by the parents.

Evening entertainment was in the form of the annual Camp Quiz, run by quizmaster Paul with his glamorous assistant Tom. This year’s winners were Kangaroos.



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    • The Brennand's on August 6, 2015 at 7:04 am

    Hope you all had a great day in Victoria and found the museum interesting. Not long before home time now, please can you bring smiles and sunshine home with you all – it’s raining again.
    Enjoy your last days and I bet you are excited to see the whales.
    Take care, love to all, The B’s xoxo

    • Jamesy's Big Sis on August 6, 2015 at 7:28 am

    Sounds like you’re having a wonderful time! It’s my penultimate day at Greek Camp today, and your trip’s nearly ending too! I hope you’ve brought me lots of presents back!! Looking forward to seeing you soon, enjoy your final days and have a shower before you get back!! Love you lots xxx

    • Michaela F on August 6, 2015 at 1:58 pm

    Can’t believe how much you’re packing into this holiday! You all look to be having great time. We haven’t seen too much sun over here but hopefully you’ll bring some home. Keep the photos coming. Cousin Charlie is off to Switzerland tomorrow on scout camp. He can’t wait to swap stories of camp. Love to all mum xx

    • The schofields on August 6, 2015 at 8:20 pm

    Hope that you had a great time in Victoria. We love the picture of Sam worth over a million Canadian Dollars in gold. Enjoy the whales tomorrow, I hope that they “turn up!”
    Take lots of pictures we are really looking forward to seeing you safe and sound on Sunday
    Love mum, dad and Lucy xxx

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