Hola all! I'm back from my travels. I leave again tomorrow, by the way.
So, the first place I went was Camp Kayawak, also known as Konnowak Pt. 2, Konnowak Sr., and Fogie Camp. And it's JUST AS AMAZING as Konnowak, lemme tell ya. It was the most phenominal summer of my life, except for maybe last summer. Seriously, it's the exact same camp, just older kids. And besides dealing with being the in the youngest camper group (which wasn't too tough anyway), this camp was fantabulous.
Here was my schedule for les camp:
Period A) Creative Writing. This was a nice, calm way to start each morning. While most people wrote something different every day, I wrote one story the whole time. It's really long. I might post it soon, if I remember. It won the writing contest throughought (whoa I spelled that funkily) the camp!
Period B) Field Hockey. That game is so freaking much fun.
Period C) Canoeing. Did I spell that right? I like it that way. The instructor, Jazz (his real name is Jeffry... boring) is the most amazing guy ever. Did I mention that Jazz is the most amaizng guy ever?
Perioid D) Knitting! So fun. I made me some scarvles. Which are like little thin scarves. And I made Julia some booties!
Period E) Drama! YES! Okay so a trillion of people signed up for drama, so we ended up doing three shows. I was in Godspell! The other groups did Fiddler and Mouse Trap. So Godspell was incredible because it's such a small cast and we all got chillingly close. I got to sing Turn Back O Man. Which was incredible. It was SUCH an incredible show. Summer. Life.
Period F) Cooking. I cooked the heck out of life. Best. Ever. I've been cooking dinner for my family like every night because I have so many new skills and recipes.
Period G) (Yes, there are more periods than at Konnowak) Swim. I always seem to get swim last. Funny, huh?
Anyway, so the cabins as Kayawak are named after famous people instead of like Konnowak where they're named after mythical places. And I was in the Stevie Wonder cabin. Amazing, yes.
And I met many many new people. SHOUT OUT. OUT. Out. out. ut. t. I gave y'all this website so y'all should be reading it. That means you, Carolineeeeee. And Oona. And Laura.
So anyways, I was there for six whopping weeks. Then my parents scooped me up and plopped me down in Nantucket, which was nice but rather uneventful. It was nice to spend time with Julia and dogs (and parents) who I hadn't seen in so long.
And so tomorrow I go off to Oregon to see my crazy family and have a helluva time.
And so, I leave y'all with this year's chosed camp song (this one's for you, Annie!):
It's just life so keep dancing through
They chose good. Anybody from Kayawak who reads this should comment, so I know you're there. I miss y'all! Chill.
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