Good Morning Camp Towanda! Welcome to the first official summer edition of my daily reports on the blog. Every night (or pretty close to every night), I email parents my reflections of the day that was. A glimpse into life at Camp Towanda. I will be sharing some of my favorite ones with the blogosphere…so without further ado…
Our oldest campers, the Dorm Girls wore their Maniac Monday costumes, our youngest campers, the Debs were giggling, the Jets were cheering, the Club were grunting, the Dillies loved gaga; Tweens were awesome at soccer, the Junior Boys took advantage of our special LAX clinic, the Inter girls had tennis, the Senior Girls were doing the cardio workout thing, the LITs started getting into their community service projects (Foundation Fighting Blindness’ Visionwalk, SCOPE, Morry’s Camp) and the Nationals loved Ghost while the Junior girls had arts & crafts….. I think I got everyone here….those were at least are the activities I was hopping to and from!
Stephanie has been enjoying time in the garden with the younger kids who are getting comfortable with our 11 chickens, 4 rabbits and 2 miniature horses. The kids think the chicken’s eggs are fake, but they are real Free Range Chickens!!
Stephanie and I had a fantastic private chat with The Dorm Girls on their new “DORCH”; wonderful bonding moments. Each night a different group gets quality time with us and we love connecting in these quiet, sit in a circle, opportunities.
The best part is that if you are a fly on the wall, you witness these older kids sitting, talking, laughing and with absolutely no cell phone or computer…and they don’t even realize they don’t have it! They tell me they love being unplugged. It is SO not an issue here.
It is difficult to describe how great camp is, how special, how vibrant, how everything (from the rain on the roof, smell of campfire or sounds of great classic rock songs) is just …the way life should be!
And we have only just begun…..here are a few of the highlight pix from Monday. Enjoy! Happy July.