What happens on the site after girls camp leaves? Users come to live in the cabins and yurts and enjoy the Northwoods. I have been up there twice now, once with our own semester school faculty and then last week with the Wayneflete School. The lake is still crystal clear, however, its temperature is cooling quickly. BRRR!! The docks are in, the canoes are still there, the sailboats. With the large amounts of rain, Nahmakanta stream is running rapidly, ready for paddling. Wayneflete camp up with their 9th graders who all experienced the Cliffs (where there are still blueberries), hiking to 5th Debsconeag and Stink Pond, Paddling on Nahmakanta and enjoying a campfire. They spent some time orienteering in order to learn map and compass. Now that the school group has headed back to Portland, 4th Debsconeag has welcomed adult visitors and will continue to host them until end of October. It is great that others can enjoy our site.