Traditions at the Glen Resort and Conference Center
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
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... couldn't lift the bum leg over the carousel horse, so I took a ride on the Chariot bench. Mike, however, took on the challenge, kinda! The park that housed the carousel, Ross Park also has the 5th oldest zoo in the country. We didn't go to the zoo, no dogs allowed, but on the way out we passed a family with about four little kids. They asked if Fox was a baby lion! So cute! ROAR...
Bye for now. Stay well
... marshmallows around the camp fire. Lee then told the children ghost stories which suitably terrified them so we all had to sleep together. They had a great time without a TV or tablet in sight. New York State is a picturesque State and we really enjoyed our road trip through it. Next stop Niagara Falls ...
... 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!
So the kids have finally arrived and I'm working with the youngest girls!!! They are so cute and adorable but such little minxes! Anyway, almost at the end of week two and I'm on my first day off! The camp play has finally been casted and we have a good lineup this year! 21 kids this year! More than last year apparently! We have had to cut and change scripts throughout the week (soooo tedious) and the music rehearsals start ...
... this was after Memorial Weekend and the NY State Parks didn't seem
to be crowded the first couple weeks of June.
There were about five campers per loop RV’s, tents, trailers etc. The walk to the lake is downhill and the park
is just so peaceful. Looking out from
our RV deer were spotted walking around the meadow. This is a carry in, carry out trash policy
state park. If ...