|The community enjoying a balmy Summer's evening before the show. Photo courtesy of Bridgette Moore.|
105 campers checked in, and it was estimated that 200 were in attendance for the movie, which was Penguins of Madagascar.
|You can see the camper's tents in the background. Photo courtesy of Bridgette Moore.|
Before the movie, the kids were entertained with various games by The Game Master, a popular part of many Wildomar events. Among the favorite games is the egg toss and the tug of war.
|Can you see the egg that is midair in the picture above?|
In the evening, slices of Pie Nation's Pepperoni and BBQ Chicken pizza were being sold for $2 each (and they were pretty good size too).
The next morning, breakfast burritos from El Comal were had for $5 apiece. We got one of each, an egg and chorizo and an egg and potato. Both were great, especially with the salsa!
|Mrs. Wildomar Rap, Grace Morabito, chowing down on an El Comal BB (Breakfast Burrito).|
The snack bar was run by Wildomar Chamber of Commerce.
Our city officials were out in force as usual for this event. For the movie I saw City Council Member Tim Walker, Mayor Pro-Tem Bridgette Moore, and Mayor Ben Benoit. Also Planning Commissioners Bobby Swann and Stan Smith. Also there was EVMWD board member George Cambero, City Manager Gary Nordquist, City Analyst (I think that's her title) Janet Morales and parks man extraordinaire Daniel Torres.
Of those, Bridgette Moore, Janet Morales and Gary Nordquist all slept at the park... in separate tents of course. ☺
Thanks again to all those that made this event a success. The people of Wildomar appreciate your valiant efforts.
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Camping is nature's way of promoting the motel business.
― Dave Barry
― Dave Barry
Wildomar Rap was the master at building forts from couch cushions, pillows, blankets and end tables.