- Looks: ice
- Feels: really cold jello, extremely slippery (especially on the grass)
- Smells: Kitty Litter
- Taste: Paint
- Sounds: ... Squishy? Not exactly a sound, but it works.
But what is yuk really? Yuk is used for gardening. It holds water and nutrients for plants to grow. It's good for the environment, bad for the plumbing so all the kids had to jump into the lake after the yuk wars!
Later that day the boys ventured to the paintball course. Pastor Nick joined in the fun, as did Sophia and Maya (two girls in the sea of 15 boys!). There were two teams, three rounds played on three very different fields. Some the boys got cool battle wounds that they were sure to show off.
These kids are playing hard and having an awesome time. Here's a super short video of Landis, being, well, Landis! Enjoy :)