Originally posted on Thoughts From The Porch:

As summer approaches, summer plans are being made and I know there are many children and teens that will make plans to go to summer camp as part of their activities while out for school.  My son Drew, attended Camp Loucon for a week of camp from kindergarten until he was in middle school. Then his cross-country training began to take priority for him. Looking back on those years, I remember one year in particular. The year was when Drew would be entering fourth grade in the fall and he was old enough to attend Home In The Woods camp. He wanted the experience of ‘real camping’ outdoors.

It was a beautiful Sunday afternoon and we took off for Camp Loucon to sign Drew in for the Home In The Woods week. This would be a week of camping in tents outdoors, cooking their own food, learning outdoor survival skills and a…

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Posted on May 9, 2012, in Thoughts from the Porch. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Through the wind and the rain, God speaks to us–but we may not hear him until we go outside our “caves”, like the prophet Jeremiah when he was seeking God’s voice!

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