If you have ever worked or helped out at a camp, you know that camps always have some project going on. There is always a list of things that need to get done. Here are a few projects that TWM has going on right now or that will need done.
This building was started in the Spring of 2017. When it is finished it will be used for staff housing. The north side includes four bedrooms and two bathrooms (upstairs and downstairs). The south side includes two bedrooms and one bathroom upstairs, and a separate apartment downstairs which includes one bedroom and one bathroom.
We are excited to get this done so that we have a better space for our full-time staff with families.
Currently, both upstairs are finished. We still need to finish flooring for downstairs as well as completing the south side one bedroom apartment.
This project began the Fall of 2019. It will be located in the lower meadow of camp to the west of the rock wall. Upon completion it will serve as a multi-purpose shelter for archery and pellet target shooting, shelter for snow tubing, shade for summer activities and much more.
*The photo is a depiction of what the pavilion will look like when it is completed.
Camp has beautiful scenery all around it but one thing that needs done around here to make camp look better is some landscaping. We have plenty of rocks to be used, its just a matter of having a good eye for it and the man power to get it done.
Here at TWM we are always looking for new ways to entertain our guests. Our newest idea of how to do that is an escape room. This will be great for rainy days. For those who don't know what an escape room is: An escape room, also known as an "escape game", is a physical adventure game in which players solve a series of puzzles and riddles using clues, hints, and strategy to complete the objectives at hand. Players are given a set time limit to unveil the secret plot which is hidden within the rooms.
We have the rooms built for this but we need to finish coming up with clues and puzzles and actually making the rooms look like a mining shaft. (There is a hint of our theme.)