We traveled with all of our food, all of our pack out food for trips, a canoe form and 4 wooden canoes.Once arrived at the boat dock, some of us decided to paddling in with loaded canoes.
Abby Burbank paddled the new April Boat
Holly Whitney paddled the 16 foot wood canvas canoe she built
Scout Costellos paddled Chewonki boat
Kate Hutchison paddled Chewonki boat
Ellen Kerchner paddled Chewonki boat
Carob Arnold is here working on our sources of energy
Annie Nixon and their kids are “settled in”
Along the way, we have taken care of PO box-it is open, receiving mail and we have keys.
We have taken care of making arrangements for UPS to come to Trading Post
We had a great evening with Mardi Thompson George who gave us 8 pages of Debsconeag History. A document we will get to archivist Terry Marsh along with some photos she brought.
Tomorrow is our first full day in Camp, so like the campers, the staff will do a swim eval, Canoe tippie test, orientation, a map and compass lesson with Annie Nixon as well as Sailing lessons. followed by a Campfire at night. Lots of fun along the way…
I can attest that the lake is beautiful, the water is warm. Tonight the stars are lovely. We have loons! Peepers and just all around fun sounds.
Debsconeag Awake Awake…
Polar Bear at 6:30 am. Feel free to join us.