Each year we come to summer camp at Geiger, our adult team tackles one or two service projects that need to be completed around camp. We've put in flag poles with decorative rock bases, we've reshingled a roof, painted buildings, built an octagonal pavilion and even installed a shower. But this year, due to the mild winter, a lot of the work was already done by the time we got here. So this year, our group was given the honor of building the fire for Thursday night's Mic-O-Say tapping ceremony. A seriously big job. It took four days to finish the fire, but all the hard work and meticulous planning paid off handsomely last night when our spectacular tapping fire caught quickly and blazed late into the night. This is how that incredible fire was built.


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