Trip Start May 25, 2009
6Trip End Aug 2009
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Ive been here like five days now and everyone is all welcoming and so bloody happy all the time! On my second day here i met everyone on the senior side of things. Theres this old lady called Eloise (Wheezy) and shes like 88 years old but she took me a tour of the camp and its huge! She put me to shame with her little legs ploughing away! Shes come to this camp every summer since 1943 and says it hasnt changed a bit and thats what she loves about it. Then theres Dave who works in the kitchen, i reckon hes about 50 odd but he always asks how i am and checks up on me. On the second day as there was no one else around i just chilled out and played with two alsations (sp?) called Kane and Sasha, they are mental, if i like pretend im going to throw a stick in the lake they'll sprint down the jetty and Kane will bark his head off until Sasha jumps in the lake! Then some of the american councellors arrived and they were all like "Lets jump in the lake ya'll"...and so i did...and it was SOOOOO COLD! The weather is really weird here, like apparently thety have officially been named with having a tropical climate, including the rainstorms!
On my third day and fourth me and another girl (most of the councellors had arrived by now) had to go to Camp Carolina which is the boys camp nearby.... I have never seen so many hot, muscly tanned Australians in my whole life!! We wen through the rifle course which was a bit boring but it got better on the second day. I got given a tshirt for being top student in the class! Then i managed to get a few photos of the camp before the next rain came along.
I am already having such a good time, i dont think ive included everything in this but it'll come back to me one day!!