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Color War and Last Campfire

We sucked every last bit out of this session today.  There were all sorts of exciting events happening to the very end. This afternoon was a big color war event and then we headed up to campfire to wrap up … »

Mud Galore

Today began rather normally, with scrambled eggs, buttermilk biscuits, grits and gravy, sausage, cereals and an enormous bowl of blackberries and blueberries for breakfast. What a feast! The dining hall was full of tie-dyed tee shirts, since this is Tie-Dye … »

Mondays are Peachy!

Our Monday started early and busy for many boys today.  Our two-day paddling trip headed out to the Chattooga River today.  Tomorrow they will hit Section 9 of the French Broad River. Both of these runs have solid Class III rapids.  … »

Square Dance Night

The morning started early for most of our horseback riding crew.  They hit an early breakfast and then headed down to the Tryon International Equestrian Center to watch a horse show! TIEC is the venue for the World Equestrian Games … »

Medieval Friday

It was a bright sunny sky that greeted us this Friday. Massive cloud formations all around, but here in camp it was a perfect slice of summer! One group did not see much more than the sunrise to start their … »

Mountain Life

Life is good on the mountain!  Not only do we enjoy all the wonderful views, cool mornings, a passing shower, and even wonderful sunsets.  Mountain life has many advantages. Especially, life at 3000 feet. Chill night is a perfect example.  Hanging … »

True Grit

What makes camp amazing is not just the adventure program but the fact that we are doing all of this away from our parents. Of course, the activities are incredible, but the process, the journey of what we call camp … »

Half Way Today!

When we realized at breakfast that today we are halfway through the session, neither staff nor campers could believe it. The only thing keeping us from being a tad sad about that is just how busy we are. A Green … »