DC 2011…

Given that I was unretired for a last hurrah, I really had no more expectations going in to David Camp.  The humid heat and occasional rain didn’t dampen my spirits, even when scheduling changes became commonplace.  Having a brand new junior counsellor and an entirely new cabin didn’t worry me too much.  Venue changes affecting worship and Scavenger Hunt didn’t faze me either.  Knowing this was my final-final David Camp, and that I’d probably never see many of those kids again, made things all the more sweeter.  It was obvious by the end of David Camp that no one wanted it to end; but all good things must…


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