Happy Thanksgiving

There is so much we are thankful for in our world.  Look for the good in everyone over the next few days and you will find a happier world.  It is easy to look past the good that is happening … »

The Best of Times

Time sure flies in just two weeks.  I know you are excited to see your boys, but it seems like they only arrived yesterday.  After a fun morning of some activity wrap-up, pony painting, and general excitement, we took a brief … »

The Time Goes Fast

It’s hard to believe that today was our last full day of activities.  We had a number of activities out of camp today including a big float trip on the French Broad River, a full day climb in Pisgah National … »

Wolf Wednesday?

We had a lot of great events going on again today at High Rocks. Rock climbing had two great trips up to the High Rocks boulders. Mountain biking had a morning trip to DuPont and a small group of guys … »

Way More Than Fun

It sure was another beautiful day in the mountains. It was 64 degrees this morning! The highs moved into the lower 80s just for a bit. We jumped right up and got ourselves moving. The kids are definitely in the … »

Mud Sunday

Sunday’s are special here at High Rocks.  We want to be sure the boys have some time for reflection and to change it up a little bit.  Rest is important.  We give the boys an extra thirty minutes to sleep in on … »

Spectacular Saturday

I had a blast down at paddling this morning! Our head of paddling, Sumner Williams, needed a little help with what he calls “tryak” Saturday. Also known as try a kayak Saturday. We let any of the boys bob around … »

Mountain Life

It sure was a beautiful and cool mountain morning!  The sixty-five-degree temperature compounded with a nice breeze added a nice chill to the morning air.  I loved it!  I also enjoyed some of the youngest boys wandering in from their … »

Thrift Store Thursday?

It sure is wonderful up here on the mountain.  The crisp air once again had us super excited about running around camp.  The high today just around the upper seventies.  High Rocks sits just over 3000 feet, which makes for … »