I’m now two weeks into girl’s camp. There have already been intense rivalries between the two tribes, war games, capture the flag, and war canoe. I’ve already discussed war games, and capture the flag is no less intense.
I thought that it would be a regular game of capture the flag, red flag at one end of a field, blue at the other. But I was wrong. Again.
Opening day was quite an event. The gates opened at 2pm Sunday for the start of Girl’s camp. By 10am there were already five families lined up outside the gate, waiting to get in. By 2pm they were pushing at the gate, chanting “let us in!”
I arrived at Camp Fern on Sunday to start pre-camp week, training for counselors and time to get the camp ready for the season.
I have a job in Texas this summer videotaping campers at a sleep-away camp. I got the job a week before I graduated, so it’s been kind of a whirlwind. Here’s part 1 of my journey: Continue reading
This is what I’ve been up to lately:
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February 15th is international “That’s what she said” day! So whenever the opportunity presents itself (or even if it doesn’t) make anything someone says into an innuendo by adding “That’s what she said.” Have fun.
Just got a new pocket knife from Columbia River Knife & Tool. I went for the Tiny Tighe Breaker (Tighe is the designer’s last name.) It’s an assisted opening (not switchblade) 3″ long partially serrated black-bladed knife. It weighs 3 oz., so it’s not as light as some others I’ve used, but I still like it. Continue reading
I need to get working on stuff. I have a slideshow, a basketball game (soon to be two), and two college applications to work on. Plus a French project. Plus an English research paper. Why am I writing in a blog? And watching House? And reading the DV Info Net forum? And not editing or applying or scanning or French-ing or researching? ‘Cause I’m lazy. All I should be typing right now is J K L and F9 (nerdy FCP joke.) Backlog much?