“Come on wake up chop, chop,” said the teacher.
A few hours later...Yess! I've found number 31, how did I find it? I don't know. I just found it. A sense of pride rushed through me.
My next emotion was at archery. As he said all the safety rules, I felt extremely excited about archery. A few minutes later “Bullseye” I said as the arrow swiftly flew through the morning air. “Ahh great shot you got China,” said the instructor.
My last emotion was at search and rescue. I felt sorry, for Samuel because he slipped on a bridge and could not walk so we had to make a stretcher to carry him back to camp.
Overall I had challenges at camp and managed to get over them.
This is all of hetangata at camp.