Goodbye Summit!

We had an early wakeup at 2am Wednesday while the rest of the Summit was still sleeping. We had to take down the tents and dining flys and haul our gear to the pickup point at our subcamp headquarters.

We checked the radar when we awoke (something we have gotten very familiar with) and noticed a large thunderstorm bearing down on us. The boys kicked it into high gear and we “borrowed” a large staff tent near our pickup location to stage our gear. The last of the gear and boys made it to the tent just as the storm hit the camp at 3.45am.

Thanks to our teamwork the boys and our gear were able to stay dry through the storm. Our bus arrived at 5.30 and we quickly loaded up and were gone by 5.40.

Goodbye Summit!

Mud and Trenches

We’ve had a lot of rain the past 24 hours and our own campsite is a muddy mess. Several of the campsites at The Summit are in similar condition.

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The camp staff and some volunteers came by Saturday and Sunday to dig trenches in our camp to help divert water.

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They are also providing hay to help cover the ground.

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