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My Second Home

by Elias, Camper, age 15

eliaswaterskiingI opened my eyes. I could hear the birds chirping their mystical songs. I could smell the fresh scent of the forest from which the rain had just rained on. I could see the sun piercing through the thin layer of clouds. I steadily lifted myself up from my warm bed, embracing all my surroundings. I put on my shoes and took a step out of the cabin.

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Letter to the Directors of Camp Moosilauke

By Kyle, Camper 2008-2013

First off I would like to thank you all for six amazing years at Camp Moose. It’s certainly a magical place and that is in most part thanks to you. As summer quickly approaches, many of my friends are asking if I’m headed back to the place I refer to as my home away from home. Sadly, life catches up to you pretty quickly once you reach high school and I won’t be able to make it back this summer.

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The SA2s Canoe Lake Umbagog and the Androscoggin River

The SA2s Canoe Lake Umbagog and the Androscoggin River

by Griffin, Senior A2 camper, age 14

On Thursday the 30th of June, a group of Senior A2s departed to Lake Umbagog and the Androscoggin River. We left at around 8:00am and got back at about 4:30pm the next day. After about a two hour drive, we finally reached the lake and ate a small lunch, then we were off. It was about a three hour paddle across a very windy lake,

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Cabin Life at Moosilauke

by David, Zach, Michael, and Josh, Senior B campers, age 13

 

Cabin Life at MoosilaukeCabin life at Moosilauke is unique. By the end of camp, you will learn to share, help, and above all live with others. First, you will learn to share. In cabins you have to share space, time, and work. There are only a certain amount of shelves for your clothes.

You learn to consolidate and compromise.

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Trips for the Inter B’s

By Noah, Inter B camper, age 11

One of the first trips of the year, the Inter B’s took a trip to Baker Cliffs.  Baker Cliffs is a natural place where you can jump off the rocks like a diving board.  The water was cold, and made the air seem warm. After that, the Inter B’s went to Fat Bob’s, an ice cream store in Warren, New Hampshire.  Everyone picked their flavor, talked to their friends,

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