The gentle sound of the morning bell wakes campers and counselors as they emerge from their cabins into the beautiful mountain sunlight.  Counselors help campers get teeth brushed, faces washed, beds made and cabins neatened, before heading to the dining hall for breakfast.  After a delicious breakfast of eggs, waffles, bacon, orange juice, milk and cereal, campers return to their cabins and prepare for the day.

Everyone meets on the field for the 9AM start to activities, and campers and counselors chat about the day ahead as they walk to their areas.  At 10:30 everyone heads back to the field for a quick ‘hello’ and a piece of fruit, before the second activity period of the day.

At 12:30, everyone meets at the dining hall for a lunch of sandwiches, chips, fruit, and salad bar.  Campers listen to afternoon announcements before retreating back to their cabins for ‘Rest Hour’.  We take an hour everyday for everyone to re-charge after an active morning. Some campers nap, some write letters, and some catch up on their book.  At 2:15 the bell rings, and rested and ready to go, campers prepare for their third activity period of the day

The bell at 4pm signifies the opening of the Snack Shack, and the start of Organized Free Time.  Campers line up, and as order their GORP, they glance at the available areas.  Everyone sits together in the ‘Town Center’, and as snack winds down, campers head our to build forts, go swimming, make lanyards, or relax and play a board game in the lodge.

Dinner is a time to catch up on what happened throughout the day.  Like all meals, it starts with a quote, and campers help with the set up

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