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We started today with chats with our camp neighbors. They gave us some great info on roads to take and wished us well. Today we leave Vermont on our quest for Maine lobster.
The state is beautiful. The farms are sprawling and mixed with lots of lakes and rivers. I hope we continue to see more covered bridges.
Im sat here in the staff computer lounge with theeeee slowest connection, struggling for words at the moment.
TODAY IS THE DAY!!!
After 2 LONG weeks of training and staff week, the kids are due to arrive in just a few hours.
We've had a long week of training and programming giving us the skills to amazing counsellors, and to help these kids have an ...
... swimming, and last but by no means the least went on a trip to Walmart. In the evening Margret (another Irish girl) had arrived, and the Americans at camp insisted that we had our first taste of a s'more. They were life changing. Not sure if for good or bad reasons yet. I'll save a more in depth description if Walmart till the end of week video. So that brings us to today. Myself, Hannah and Margret (who are both going to ...
... br> The last hour was tough (for Hayley)...rocks after rocks, incline after incline. Superman (Owen) said he was fine though.
We made the climb in four hours and ten minutes. Hayley was hungry, grumpy and tired and Owen desperately needed to poop (if only you smelt the ***** coming up...oh my goodness). In fact, we learned something about heights and scents: smells travel upward, far and very fast. Fortunately there were toilets and ...
... tomorrow. Being the go-getting, all-or-nothing kind of kids we are, we came to the conclusion we should climb Mount Washington. No big deal, right? At 6,288 feet (1,917meters) Mount Washington is only the tallest mountain in the Northeast, and ranked as one of America's most dangerous hikes. Sweet! After doing some quick research and picking the brains of a few locals, we popped into International Mountain Equipment - a local hiking and climbing shop - to get a ...