Here is a view of the Girls' Cabins. They are in separate cabins. Maisie is with five other girls her age and two counselors - I was able to help her make her bed and get settled in. Here she is on her bottom bunk - she is so excited to be on her own for a few days!
Sammy's cabin is the nicest of all the cabins. It is reserved for the oldest girls at camp, this week Sammy falls into that group. Notice the knotty pine walls and ceiling. They also have screens on the windows, their own bathroom with a tiled floor, and overhead lighting. This may sound basic but at Camp S it is considered Luxury!
Here are the kids at the Camp Store. This is where they get to come every afternoon and buy what they need to get through the day. I think it is mostly Gatorade, candy, and other important stuff like jelly bracelets and sunglasses. Notice Ben - he is trying very hard not to be affiliated with the girls and me at this point. He managed to escape almost all of my pictures.
Dining Hall, this is where the magic happens.... sloppy joes, taco night, spaghetti.....
The River - finally at a good level for swimming and butt surfing!
The Arts and Crafts House - when we peeked in it looked like the kids had a week of painting benches coming up. I can't wait to see the finished product!