July 25 – BUS LISTS
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The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow!
The last couple days of each session always have a different feeling then the rest of camp. It is clear we are winding down but at the same time winding up. Its hard to put your finger on what it is that the camp is feeling right now. Its almost as if everyone’s energy levels […]Continue
Knights and Dragons and Jesters Oh My!
It’s hard to believe that it’s already time for the end-of-month banquet that everyone’s been waiting for: Cotillion! The Senior Girls have been working all month long to make beautiful decorations to transform the ML into a medieval castle. When we entered dinner tonight, we were greeted by banners, shields, paper crowns, and royal scrolls […]Continue
Who’s Camp? OUR CAMP!!!
The action started here bright and early this morning with the seniors running into the inters cabins to wake them up and get them pumped for the much-anticipated full camp special day. Both sides of camp battled all day on the lake and on the shore to prove their worth to take over camp. They […]Continue
What a day at camp!
There were so many special things at camp today it is hard to keep track! Many activities chose to switch it up and break from regular programming. Windsurfing took advantage to the light wind and held an around the lake paddleboard race. Fitness, Aerobics and Dance combined with Arts and Crafts for a mix of […]Continue
The Boys are Back!
It was an historic day here at Arowhon; after 6 years of careful planning, our first trip to the Missinaibi River since 2005 returned to the hollers, whoops and excited cheering of the entire camp! 9 brave point men and 3 trippers paddled into the trip fingers in perfect ‘V’ formation, after 15 days of […]Continue
A Dream Come True
The sun was shining again today over Tepee Lake and it was a perfect day for the Little Mermaid-themed swimming special day. Campers sang and swam and bounced and blobbed to their hearts content as they helped Ariel (a.k.a. climbing instructor Evan who looked remarkable in a bright red wig) overcome obstacles to reunite with his […]Continue
Why outdoor discomfort is good for growth
The Globe and Mail Metro (Ontario Edition) 17 Jul 2017 MATT MOSTELLER PETER POWER/THE GLOBE AND MAILPeople stand to learn so much from challenging themselves in the outdoors. These experiences make us stronger and increase confidence, with myriad benefits to be gained in other facets of life. Six lessons gleaned from spending time out of […]Continue
To Green Leach and Beyond!
It’s finally feeling like summer in Algonquin Park with the sun shining bright and the lake warming up. Today was jam-packed full of activities with not 4 but 5 awesome periods. Evening activity was the weekly 5th period where campers sign up to go to activities where they play around just for fun. It was […]Continue
Switching it up!
What a day we had a camp! Things started off with a Sunday sleep in. You know what that means! Eggs to order in the Arowhon kitchen, chocolate croissants and all number of other tasty breakfast foods. Then we began our first distance swim of the summer. Campers took part in the ¼ mile, ½ […]Continue