Saturday, June 27, 2009

MORE PICTURES OF BREAKAWAY TO THE GREAT FRONTIER


This is the entrance to our Church Celebration Center which for this week was called "The Mine Shaft. "
There were pretty amazing faux rock formations out front with genuine ore mining cars and tracks. The rock formations were also made by talented volunteers from our church.
Be sure to enlarge the shots to see the detail.


My time was spent with these little 4 and 5 year old kiddos. I was part of the snack team. We had lots of hungry kids after they played on these waterslides. The temperature was at 98 degrees or around 39.5C. A perfect time to get wet.



Not the best picture composition-wise but I just loved the expression on this little guys face as he got ready to land in the pool.
Be sure to enlarge each photo for the best detail.


Ye Olde Hitchin' Post.
Giddie Up !
Now Breakaway is done for another year. What a fabulous time. 2800 kids....1000 adult volunteers...Fun, Fun , Fun.
You can go to the website for our church and see the pictures from this great adventure.
http://www.baysidepictures.com/ Click on the Best of AM sessions and the Best of PM to get a taste of Breakaway.
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10 comments:

Shammickite said...

What were thost faux rocks made of? They are very lifelike.... if rocks can be called lifelike!!

AphotoAday said...

98 degrees?
Perfect to remind those little buggers that it's pretty hot in hell too, so they'd better behave...

(((oh shoot, I forgot -- Sacramento IS hell this time of year, isn't it)))

And if that damn legislature doesn't get a budget passed pretty darned soon, may they all burn in hell including that big JERK the Governator...

Leena said...

Good Sunday morning, Sue!
I can say, that your weather is not for me :)
But those your photos tell a nice story about your life there.

Sandra said...

I did click on the picture and the expression on the little boy's face as he prepares to hit the water is priceless, I also love the expression on the boy on the left as he watches. Great shots, love the rocks.

Hilary said...

Wonderful shots. They truly express the enjoyment of that day. I'm amazed at how much talent went into creating it all./

MedaM said...

The entrance to your Church is impressive. You managed to show some of beautiful atmosphere that was there. It makes me smile while looking at the children playing and enjoying in it. Beautiful post, indeed!

Neva said...

What a great poat. I read what you wrote over at the Rook's nest. wow....that is a lot of work but it looks wonderful.

Laurie said...

That looks so great. What a great camp event. Excellent shots.

Kate said...

The hitching post makes me smile, Sue!

Moi said...

such fun!!!! and his joy is contagious :)