This summer we went to Hume Lake and I was so stoked to wear my watch and actually have the time on my wrist! On Tuesday some of the Senior guys invited me to go kayaking with them. Once we were on the lake I realized that none of them have ever been to Hume before and told them that we have to head down to the cove to play on the log roll.
We rowed to the other side of the lake, parked the boats and swam over to the log roll. Now the log roll is an amazing experience that I could not let these guys miss out on. After playing for a while I knew it was getting late so I looked at my wrist but my watch was gone. I was so bummed. I was beyond bummed.
That night, back at camp, I started thinking of how to get my watch back. I had a pair of googles but I would need help. Then it hit me; my alarm is going off at 6:23am to wake me up and my watch is waterproof. That night I asked around and was able to get five guys to help me and four more pairs of googles. The next morning we woke up before 6am, borrowed a car, drove to the cove and did this:
My watch spent the night at the bottom of Hume Lake but today it sits back on my left wrist as I type this. The craziest thing about this is something that wasn't caught on video. Before I jumped into the lake I stopped to pray that God would help me find my watch and sure enough I did!