It was someone’s bright idea to camp out in the woods, at Wildcat Mountain, on the last day. That person should be scolded and hugged at the same time for what happened next. Deveon stated that he thought it was going to rain, but the statement was instantly forgotten, due to the next activity that Jen and Homer concocted. This drill involved physical strength and nimbleness, two characteristics I do not possess. We had to employ these two elements in order and carrying our companions companions [Justen is heavier than he looks]. After we all walk away from the activity, rejuvenated from our statements and support, it began to drizzle. Cool, alrightl, I can deal with dampness. But the rain gods must have been disappointed about with our complete ignorance of the rain. Thus, they made it worse, pounding and pounded0 us with water. Instantly my happiness droppedI went from being slightly damp to completely soaked. They surely noted the our displeasure and for they made it worse by adding sound effects to our torrent, making very difficult to hear.
But Nevertheless, we trekked on and managed to seek revenge on those rain gods. And in the end we got back at the rain gods for their abuse, by doing something completely impulsive and, for lack of a better word, crazy. After congregating on the steps of Ferber Lodge, someone yelled out the suggestion “Hey, let’s run out there!” and out of nowhere, and the expected response of an immediate cosign came “Yeah, yeah!” So, completely random we all raced out from Ferber lodge out there and are laughing with as the rain splashed in our faces. Jen is going in circles, with a killer watt smile. Yep, we got back at the storm rain gods. Take that, Neptune!