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Rainbow Woods Campgrounds - 2007 07 16
P A G E 2
"Santa distributed
small goodies to
every camper"
The selection of food
presented at the
Holiday Pot Luck.
Santa Comes To Rainbow Woods
Camping Tips
Holiday Pot Luck Dinner Or Feast?
In Rainbow Woods, pot luck
dinners are common and usu-
ally held on Saturday evenings.
As is customary with pot luck
dinners, attendees bring a dish
to share. However, here at
Rainbow Woods, this is not a
requirement, as all campers
are welcomed with or without
bringing anything to share.
This weekend's pot luck dinner
was holiday themed as a
lighted Christmas tree graced
the stage while Christmas
music played in the back-
ground.
What made this particular pot
luck even more special was
that it demonstrated what was
possibly the largest spread to
ever grace the tables in the
pavilion.
Even though no one is re-
quired to bring a dish, this
particular pot luck brought an
incredible, as well as delectable
selection of food.
Campers who attended were
able to choose from roast
beef, spiral ham, lasagna and
even chicken.
Side dishes covered all of the
holiday favorites and assorted
vegetables while the desserts
were just as plentiful.
This particular pot luck was
very near a feast, leaving no
one unsatisfied and no stom-
ach empty.
The red squirrels that frequent
the campground may be ador-
able to look at, but can also be
your worst enemy. These cute
and cuddly creatures are ex-
tremely mischievous in their
attempts to find food.
When camping here, or any
where, it is important to re-
member that food items
Wildlife is commonly en-
countered on any camping
trip. There is no excep-
tion to this fact when
camping here at Rainbow
Woods.
Recent sightings here
include, raccoons, turtles,
heron and the ever abun-
dant red squirrel.
should not be left unattended.
Furthermore, food items (and
well as trash) not in use should
be secured in a manner that
will prevent animals from help-
ing themselves to whatever
they can find.
pate.
Campers who chose to partici-
pate each brought a wrapped
gift valued at $5 and were
given a gift brought by some-
one else in exchange.
Santa had a good time during
his well received and humor-
ous visit.
Santa Claus visited the holiday
pot luck dinner this weekend,
and had a wonderful opportu-
nity to let his hair down.
Campers lined up to have their
picture taken sitting on Santa's
lap, and Santa distributed small
goodies to each and every
camper.
Before leaving Santa passed
out grab bag gifts to those
campers who chose to partici-
The red
squirrel
R A I N B O W R U N N E R

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