It’s Tuesday and you know that means that Carole is wondering about something. This week she wants to know:
10 Things You Loved About Summer Camp
This poses a serious problem for me, because I never attended summer camp as a child.
I know. Talk about deprived!
However, it did get me thinking…If I could go to summer camp now, what would it look like?
- Knitting Camp, I mean really – how could this NOT be fun.
- CIA Boot Camp seems like the perfect way to spend a week!
- Or perhaps Wine Camp could be the thing!
- And after Wine Camp, the only thing to do is to go to Cheesemaking Camp, of course!
- Spy Camp? Really, this could be so.much.fun. Sans stilettos, of course.
- Perhaps something to rekindle my inner child at Soul Camp
- There are options galore at the John C. Campbell Folk School.
- Perhaps Language Immersion at one of the Concordia Language Villages?
- Knitting in Provence, Tuscany, or Norway – I mean really. Can I leave now?
- Yoga and Nora Gaughan Camp…in Maine.
There you have it, Gentle Reader – a plethora of choices for the camp yearning adult. Where would you go?
Photo courtesy of bluebirdsandteapots
Wonderful choices!! I think #10 appeals the most to me (and Monhegan Island is gorgeous!!), but definitely also #9, #2 and #3. Now I just need to win the lottery…..
I was also deprived of camp as a kid, so couldn’t figure out how to do a ToT post today. You’ve done a marvelous job, and perhaps inspired me to run my own book and beer camp!
Number 10 blew me away: Norah, yoga, and Maine??? What could be better. I’m sure the price tag is mighty, too!
I think we should combine the wine, knitting and cheese camp into one and then we should all go. For the entire summer.
I’ll second this concept.
Please sign me up for wine camp!!Carole’s got the right idea (as usual).
Yes to what Carole said…and then Norway!
I think I would enjoy your camp ideas! I’m not much for roughing it, I must admit, so anyplace where you have some modern conveniences (especially indoor plumbing) is OK with me …
Augusta Heritage. Music and dance. Or Penland. in case you need more ideas. Knitting, cooking, music, fun…yes.
I was deprived to going to camp but boy was I thrilled since I was afraid to be far away from my mom 🙂