Friday, July 23, 2010

Last Day Good Morning

Hello All -

As Mr. Maher said, last night was a very busy night. All night long we moved from activity to activity and then when we got back to our campsite we had individual Patrol Meetings and Uniform Inspections (all part of the Patrol award requirements).

It was very interesting to hear the boys' various comments on their week at camp - both good and bad. The good comments and feelings definitly outweighed the bad, which is a good thing. I was very proud of the second year Scouts who had very insightful comments on the difference between their experiences during the two years - they showed a a very high level of maturity. Our first year Scouts had interesting observations as well, and our "veteran" Summer Campers really grasp what this week is all about.

But we are all definitly ready to be done (Scouts and Leaders). The "drama" level has been ratcheting up the past couple of days, and Matt D summed it up best last night - "It's because we have been living together for too long now." :)

Last night was yet again another good night - cool weather and no one woke up. One more night to go and we'll be home in our beds.

Busy day today as well as everyone tries to finish up all of their stray requirements. We'll be bouncing all over camp - hopefully it doesn;t rain like they say it will.

See you tomorrow.



  1. Mr. Agin,
    Thank you and all the leaders that have taken on the summer camp task. I am sure all the boys had a great time and the parents appreciate all your hard work and definitely the blog was awesome.
    CAN'T WAIT TO SEE CHRISTOPHER TOMORROW...have a safe journey.

  2. Well, I'll be the first one to admit I'm ready for Young Master Andy to come on home! I miss him very much! I know they have all had a good time - At least, from the looks of the pictures, but I'm sure they have all had their fill of camping and each other. That's to be expected.
    I cannot thank you gentlemen enough for the blog updates and the care you have provided for our boys. Take safe passage and enjoy the comforts of your own beds tomorrow night!