This evening was Fun Day for the Campus Outreach Summer Mountain Project leaders staying in Pigeon Forge this summer...all 25 of them. Every year the leaders plan a day outing, taking a break from routine. This year Randy called us, making arrangements to meet at Cherokee Lake with the boat and wet bike. Scott brought the boat and Ethan brought the wetbike. Ethan ended up knowing many of the gang as they all go to school at TTU. Jason, our youth pastor and his family also met us at the lake with his pontoon boat, taking groups out on it. This group came prepared! They brought a barbeque grill, food, coolers of water, desserts, utensils, inner tubes and even a table. We got them all to the site where a tree swing was and they set up camp. They took turns on the wetbike while Scott and I took groups out on the tube. I had a blast taking pictures...for several it was their first time out on the tube. The most memorable stunt on the tube was watching one of the guys do a complete roll over and stay on, right in front of the crowd! Before we knew it, it was dark and when Scott and I got back with the last group there was a campfire, chicken on the grill, potatoes and corn on the cob! Everyone was so polite and appreciative of us coming out with the boat. Believe me, the blessing was all ours! Around 10:30pm we headed back to the boat ramp (on the other side of the lake) along with Jason. We realized all too quickly neither of us had working boat lights, but Jason did have a light he wore on his head! We made it back and are thankful to the Lord for the almost full moon He provided! It was a wonderful day, spent with these awesome young men and women!