This morning Trout Lilly loaded their backpacks and hiked out of camp. They are headed to Appalachian Trail. Meanwhile Trillium departed for a 3 day canoeing trip. With that, we have no campers in camp. We continue to run resupplies, which has us doing a lot of prep while in camp and then heading out to meet folks on trail. Prep work that occurs while trips are on trail: In camp, we order and organize their fresh food. To get food to camp, we travel to Greenville (about 2 hours) and meet Jason from Green Ledges Farm for farm fresh produce, or the driver from Food delivery company (who we meet him and his truck in a parking lot and transfer the goods), as well as travel to the regular grocery store for some fill in items. That is already a busy trip, however, we then have the cook head to the Post Office Box to get mail, to the Laundromat to pick up our towels and rags and aprons and often an additional stop at the hardware store for small items needed. When one goes into town for food, it is a full day of errands and helping to support the Debsconeag site. All of our resupplies travel with a health kit resupply kit. Extra Band aids and Medicines to replace any used. Our health center staff work to keep the Resupply Kit as well as each trip’s kit in order. Mail travels out to the participants, both from family and friends as well as Yurt Buddy mail, “intracamp” mail as it were. We even try to send a computer so we can down load photos. We love to hear from the trips, so resupplies are exciting for the rest of us. At present we have 3 groups Canoeing, 1 group white water kayaking, 1 group hiking and 2 yurts on combination canoe and hike trips.