We came back from our expedition to Schwarzwasser Hütte yesterday – all very tired and proud of our trip! After playing games and prepping films for today we relaxed with a movie night.
Janina: ” The hike to the hut was really fun, because the boys were singing the whole way. We played a lot of games on the way so the time went fast! The hut was pretty good too. We played a lot of games and we went to sleep in one big sleeping room. On the next morning we had breakfast and started the hike back to Wüttemberger Haus.”
The valley was full of blueberries and strawberries – here is our berry picking team with their purple fingers!!
Hello from Mountains 2 camp in Kleinwalsertal! The last two days the kids have been climbing and playing team games. The seniors have shot their video, which we will show on Saturday, and the junior group went to Jacob’s Ladder in the forest where they helped each other to the top.
Courtesy of the junior girls:
“The climbing was really fun and the team challenges were very nice. My favorite game so far is Capture the Flag.” (Lara)
“The best part was the climbing on Jacob’s Ladder, because we worked in a team. It was fun even though it rained.” (Madeleine)
“I liked Jacob’s Ladder too because it was a challenge but I got to almost the top!” (Hannah)
“I liked the last two days because I really love climbing! But today it was cld because of the rain. I really liked the team names too.” (Melina)
The senior group with Patrick and Sofie has been staying overnight in Schwarzwasserhütte and are getting ready to shoot their films tomorrow.
By Silke, Lara and Henri
“Yesterday we hiked to Schwarzwasserhütte. It was a really nice landscape, we walked along the river and played games like ninja and nagi nagi. Our first stop was at the Alpe Melköde, there we had chocolate milk and we prepared our storyboard for our film project in two groups. We are looking forward to film our scenes tomorrow!
It was a little bit cramped in the hut, but we had a nice evening. Our favorite part of the stay was when we played werewolf all together and when we were walking in the river, it was a hot day!
Us boys ate a lot of beans – that was a bad idea (Henri).
The hike on the second day was the nicest, the trail was more exciting and we got to know each other very well in the group, it is great to get to know new people! Even though it was hot the hike wasn’t too exhausting. Although we all took our shirts of. When we were finally down by the bus station and ice cream shop we were all happy and tired.
The junior group with Conner and Guy went up to the hut the day before the seniors:
Amaia and Tobi: At the Schwarzwasserhütte we played werewolf and the Great Dalmuti which were really cool games because they, because it is like being a detective. In the hut all the boys slept together. The hike was not too bad and it was good to stay in the hut. On the way we climbed in the waterfall. Paul and Max got really dirty from playing in the river on the way up!
Today we went rock climbing, it was my first time (Amaia). It was hard work to get to the top, but I was proud to get there! I got better after I had warmed up! (Tobi).
Unsere Segler haben es zur Insel Lyo geschafft – mit vielen englischen Spielen, englischem Segeln und leckerem Essen! Hier wieder eine Nachricht von Louis und den kids:
Evening from the small island of Lyo. We arrived here in the harbour at just after 4pm and have had a splendid day. Here’s some words from Kathy:
‘The best part of the day was when we walked along the beach because it was very quiet, natural, sunny and beauty. But it was also nice when we went swimming, because the water was really warm’
Carl: ‘The best part of the day was after we moored on the harbour. We explored the beautiful old town and this little island.’