By Adam Gaynor
Cabin 4 Photography can be a very fun thing. You can take pictures and develop them. You also learn the parts of the camera. Some people like to take pictures and others donít. I am one of the people who like to take pictures. I donít know why people say itís boring. You even get to take home pictures from photography. When I first came to camp I didnít want to do photography that much but I tried it and it was one of my favorite activities. Everyone in camp should try photography and if you donít like it you donít have to do it anymore. I bet that 75 per cent of the people who try it will like it and do it again. I think photography is fun and so should you. Riding
By Wesley Corning
Cabin 16 Riding is an exhilarating experience that is offered at camp. Though it is quite difficult sometimes I always look forward to my riding period and hope to go swimming with the horses or on an trail ride. Though the first ten minutes of the period are sometimes slow and difficult, once you get on the horses the period is always too short. The first year I came to camp I had never ridden a horse before. Rachel helped me learn all the basics to riding and I picked them up quickly. Arnaud, Rachel and Josh Rosenfeld have all helped me learn new skills and improve on old ones. Riding is offered every period, every day. Silvershop
by Wes Corning
Cabin 16 Silvershop is an arts and crafts class where you can work with silver, brass and copper. There are all sorts of tools available to
help you create different projects. You could make anything from rings to pins in any form. My latest project was a rather simple but beautiful work. I cut up and cleaned a piece of scrap silver into another shape. Erna and Gregor are both very helpful and can teach you how to make all of these things. Silvershop is offered every day periods one, two, four and five.
By Scott Kominers
Cabin 8 Nothing beats the thrill of speeding across terrain on the edge. About to fall, but not quite there when sailing the situation described above is almost certain. The first step is for a team to swim a sailboat out into deeper water. Then the centerboard is placed in to hold stability. Then with one crew-member holding up the boom. The sail is raised. After the sail is raised, it is positioned to catch the wind. The tiller and rudder are used to steer the sailboat. Overall the class is great. We sail out to practice and there have been sailing competitions. Sailing is taught by Darren Heath and Paul Hobart.