Science Camp 2021 was at the Warner Cabin. Aunt Luana had offered their cabin to us before it was burned down in the Brian Head Fire, and then once they had it rebuilt. Andrea and I went to the cabin to check it out when Claude, Ivan, and Eric were there. What a beautiful place. The original cabin was very rustic, and some of the wives did not enjoy going there. Now it has washers and driers, showers, beautiful beds, and the cabin is a world class destination.
Some of what we did is captured in this song. We used the cabin as our home base for visits to Big Rock Candy Mountain for zip line and river rafting, Bryce Canyon for hiking and a nice meal, and Panguitch Lake, for fishing and paddle boarding. Our theme this year was gravity. We did water rocket launches, had a hydrostatic water pressure tube test, and used clear tubing to show how to map out a constant elevation contour. Paul brought a projector and large screen and we showed “Home Alone” one night. Every time the grandkids saw the effect of gravity, they yelled “GRAVITY” and there were candy prizes for first and most original. There was sill time to play games, hike, sing songs, cook and eat good meals, and to write this song.
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