Budget Homeschool Links
Camping Resources, Tips and Links!
One of my most treasured memories is a skiing trip I took one winter, with my Girl Scout
Troup to Grayling, Michigan. The girls all became great friends, perhaps some lasted a
life-time. These are the things we remember from our childhood.
One of the greatest gifts we can give to our children is fond memories, new friends and
all the fun of summer camp. Welcome to the Budget Home$chool Camping section! Whether
you need to find a summer camp for the kids, a daycamp just during working hours, unique
camping recipes or camping ideas, you are certain to find something of interest here.
If camping isn't really your thing, don't worry, we've even included links to suggestions on how
to camp, without the whole bug crawling camping experience (you know what I mean; lack of showers,
lumpy sleeping bags, etc.).
You will find both popular and obscure camping information.
Many of the camping programs found below and on our
Summer Camp page page offer scholarship programs for those who are unable
to attend due to distress with their
Click for tips on paying for summer camp.
Campfire Stories Ages: 8+It came to pass that a very poor peasant was down to his last meal. Deciding he could no longer live in squalor, he decide to sell the only thing he owned... his talking mule. This was no ordinary Francis type of talking mule, this one could tell jokes...Subjects: activities, storytelling, campfire stories, humorous, scary stories, legends, camping songs
Stories for Bear Scouts Ages: 6+These funny short stories for Bear Cub Scouts will help make your scouting program more successful by raising the Fun Factor for your scouts. A few of these memorized for your next time around a campfire will really impress the other scouts and they'll be asking you to tell them again and again. There's nothing like a funny kid story to quiet boys down for a few minutes and give one person a chance to be in the spotlight.Subjects: activities, storytelling, Battle of the Snakes, How Turtle's Shell Got Cracked, Falling Rock, Ghost with One Black Eye, campfire stories, scary stories, legends
Spooky Campfire Stories Ages: 6+When Felix Agnus put up the life-sized shrouded bronze statue of a grieving angel, seated on a pedestal, in the Agnus family plot in the Druid Ridge Cemetery, he had no idea what he had started. The statue was a rather eerie figure by day, frozen in a moment of grief and terrible pain. At night, the figure was almost unbelievably creepy; the shroud over its head obscuring the face until you were up close to it. Subjects: activities, storytelling, campfire stories, Druid Ridge Cemetery, Colonel Buck, spooky stories, deer hunters, ghostly, symbols, scary stories, legends,