Blessed with beautiful 75 degree, sunny weather, the Princesses and Fathers of the Algonquin Nation (120 strong) descended onto Camp Minikani in Hubertus, Wisconsin and enjoyed a number of fun activities, including rock wall climbing, high ropes course, canoeing, archery and horseback riding. They also competed in the second annual Amazing Race competition (won again by the Huron tribe). The day’s activities were followed by a lasagna and bratwurst dinner, tribal skits following dinner and an amazing, colorful Council Fire where over 20 new Princesses were welcomed into the Algonquin Nation. The festivities lasted into the evening where, thanks to a Yuma Father who brought a high powered telescope, Jupiter, its moons and other constellations were able to be seen by all who were interested. Overall, the campout was a great success from beginning to end.