We all woke up at 7AM Saturday morning. Before we went to breakfast we loaded the van with our bags so when we were done with our service project we would just have to load up in the van and we could be on our way. During breakfast we had our last Plenary. We listened to of couple different speakers talk about what service work was to them and why they did it. Than when the speakers were done talking , we got into our groups and headed towards the buses. The service project we were doing that morning was working at the Denver Children’s Corridor. It’s a part of Denver where they focus on bettering children’s lives in a low income area. There were a few projects to do when we got there such as painting a wall that had graffiti on it, picking up trash by the lake, or putting mulch in bush beds and around trees. That’s the project that we did. there was about 20 other kids other than our group. Since we were all working together we got all of the bush beds done and about half of the trees. If we all didn’t work together, we would not have gotten as much work as we did done. Once the bus brought us back to the convention center we headed to our van to get on the road and head home. We still had to get lunch, but we decided to wait until we got out of the city to eat. When we got out of the city, we stopped to eat at taco bell and then got on our way for good. We stopped a couple times for gaws and a bathroom break, but we didn’t stop driving until we made it to Iowa around 11 o’clock that night. We drove all day long, but at least Sunday’s drive would only be 6 to 8 hours. It was worth the long day of driving.