They recently had their Spring retreat. Molly is now in high school with Jeremy and Zach, so it was the three Roloffs in high school - and we're told, never one to miss out on fun with her kids - Amy was attending as a chaperon.
You can find out more information about Winema on their site:
Here is a list of rules so you can see how the Roloffs were roughing it for a day. No cell phones! Although all members of the "DBU" (if you're out of the loop - DBU - 'Dune Boys United' is the name Jeremy, Zach and their friends gave their gang of friends that you always see on the show because they've been friends for so long) are usually together in Winema so who needs cell phones for a day?
How do I get mail to my camper?
Mail can be sent to:
c/o Wi-Ne-Ma Christian Camp
Cloverdale, OR 97112
Faxes may be sent c/o the Camp
Email (limit one per camper per day) Type the camper’s name in the subject line. Be aware that campers do not have access to a computer to reply.
Please contact the Director about what is appropriate to send to children in Camp
What should I bring to Camp?
Sleeping bag, pillow, blanket
Towels, soap, toothbrush, toothpaste, personal hygiene items
Warm and waterproof jacket
Shoes (many activities involve movement over rough surfaces and safety precautions preclude wearing open shoes or sandals exclusively.
Adequate changes of clothing, swimsuit. Laundry facilities are not available to campers.
Bible, pencil, notebook.
Prescription medication (which must be left with the First Aid Person). All medications including over the counter medicines must be in original container.
Money for Missionary Offering and Camp Store. Each Camp has a missionary project and each afternoon the Camp Store offers afternoon refreshments as well as Camp clothing and other souvenirs. Though not necessary for an enjoyable week, most Campers bring an average of $20-$25 dollars for the missionary offering and Camp Store.
What should I NOT bring to Camp?
Personal electronic devices (such as radios, CD, tape, or DVD players, TV’s, handheld games, cell phones.
Drugs, alcohol, tobacco products, weapons.
Fireworks, matches, skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, scooters.
This video gives you a better look at the beautiful camp Winema. The song in the video is very catchy!
There are no Roloffs in that video, but here are a couple of pictures from past Winemas.
Jeremy, Jacob Mueller and the guys with their hands reaching out to symbolically welcome Christ into their lives?
Oh wait...it's Zach! :-)
Oh, this is what is happening.