From here it was lunch and then a couple of hours of bowling in the town of Sylva. We bowled two games. The second one had some cash waiting for high score winners for each of our five lanes and for the overall high scorer. Jackson Lammers ended up being total high scorer.
Back to the hotel for some swim time, then out to dinner, and we finished with a two-hour dramatic outdoor production of "Unto These Hills." This drama relates the life of the Cherokee from the pre-1800s through the "Trail of Tears." We learned about the relocation of most of the Cherokee from our area to Oklahoma and how it came to be that some were allowed to remain. Those remaining make up the Eastern Band of the Cherokee and their descendants live here today.
We got to meet one of the cast members, Mark HIghsmith, who was a two-trip MindStretch Travel Adventures camper.
It was a great day!