Today, though cloudy, is basically dry, and campers had fun working with the mini horses and donkeys–the ones with four legs, not the stick ones in the dining room used for Western skits!
Tomorrow, incredibly, is their last full day. I say incredibly because camp did not flow so quickly when Miss Gay and I were the ones running it day after day. In fact, we always told the staff to expect Monday to last approximately 72 hours, after which things would move briskly by. Nurse Linda confirmed that yes, Monday was a long one.
Tomorrow evening Ranchers will join campers for the Dance. Oh, how everyone loves the Dance! If you’re ever in the neighborhood drop by. We guarantee you’ll have a great time.
One reason is, you’re required to!
We tolerate NO wallflowers among the staff. Everyone must dance, and everyone discovers that even if they didn’t feel like dancing, glory be—they’re having a great time and now you do.
And when’s the last time you danced to our all-time favorite: Y-M-C-A?
Only nine weeks to go, and lots more tales to tell.