Long before anyone took summer camps seriously as a growth opportunity for children, my grandmother told one of her friends, “The two best things I ever did for my child were summer camp and orthodontia”. The years have proven her a wise woman.
For most of our lives, we have learned (either explicitly or implicitly) a certain model of success and happiness: Become Successful and You Will be Happy.
People frequently ask camp professionals, “what do you do the rest of the year?” The question often seems to suggest that we spend our days on tropical beaches sipping lemonade and waiting for the sun to set.
One of the Most Frequently Asked Questions for Camp Owners:
"My parents aren't cool!" - Liam Baskin
22 is becoming my favorite number. It was the length of our huge family trip this last school year. We spent 8 weeks in Europe, 11 weeks in Asia and 3 weeks in New Zealand.
Susie looks like she is 22 (at least she does to me).