Days Inn Binghamton
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... but being the person that I am I missed the **** out of all my friends (Not Karen) and I went on that tiring Friday and it was AMAZING. After the hugs and **** I went on with my life it was a great end to a great adventure! I really want to go back to New Zealand but till then I will see you in the next adventure! -Calvin
P.s the reason my mom isn't writing is because she isn't with me at the moment sorry!
... missing it however)! Anyway! I hear England has stolen the heat for a heatwave while we have had rain and storms!! Oh well! It'll come back! I found a tan line where me hair band was on my wrist (that is a big deal for me and my pale skin!! Haha). I am now heading to Starbucks for some breakfast and going to see inside out at the movie theatre :) ending it with lunch as Walmart before I head back to camp from Binghamton!!! ...
... were unable to find this establishment, so decided to start our walk back to the motel, given that it was getting dark and we weren't sure what kind of area we were in. Given our hunger, we stumbled upon, and settled for, the local burger place called the Ground & Round. As with most places in America, our meal started with a freebie, which on this occasion was free popcorn. We then ordered our meals (pasta and fajitos) which ...
Extra events at camp
2014 is the 50th anniversary of Camp Ballibay and after all our campers had left, the doors were then opened up for the "Allumni Weekend", a gathering of campers from previous years (one from 25 years ago) come to sleep in the cabins, do some activities and reminiss.
After the Alumni Weekend it was down to 8 people to turn the summer camp into a 4 day wedding venue. With our main chefs gone home with their children, ...
Life at Ballibay...
Separate cabins for Me and Hania, I have been living in B1.5 in the Boys' Area (Down the hill of death) and Hania up in G7 in the girls' area (lush open pastures).
Our roles on camp are slightly different from our first year, I am now the Dean of the Boys and don't have a cabin of kids, but need to be on call as the first point of contact if the lads have any problems, plus a bit of admin work when not teaching guitar lessons ...