The early bird gets the worm! Be an early bird and save 10% on camp tuition for summer 2020. While we’re wrapping up this summer 2019 camp season, we’re already thinking and planning and getting ready for next summer. Strike while the iron’s hot, get while the getting’s good: enroll and pay in full by October 1st, […]
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Daniel contributed a whooping 401 entries.
Entries by Daniel
Ayla Dunn-Bieber recaps a year of sustainability, and gives us a taste of what’s to come… Hello Friends! Another cycle of our Dirt is coming to a close, making the Sustainability Scoop two years old. We can’t wait to launch Year Three this fall, and dive further into these essential matters. This year we’ve explored […]
Our Cooking Instructor, Eva Szigeti, takes us on a journey into The Land Beyond the Forest, where sheep roam, and their cheese is currency… Food is part of our everyday life. Even when our primary travel goal is not the exploration of the cuisine of a certain region or county, culinary experience often finds us. […]
Paul Tappenden reminds us that we can only take so much from nature, and to be mindful of what exactly we take… Nature has no garbage dumps. In nature, nothing lasts any longer than it is needed, then it biodegrades to create fuel for further growth. Here is the perfect self-sustaining system that will continue […]
Beloved camp storyteller Chuck Stead tells a tale of trying to help nature expedite spring’s flowering… Dougy Cramshaw came prancing down into the Fountain Pond Park singing, “April Showers Bring May Flowers!” over and over. Winter was done and all sorts of early flowers had emerged, like snow drops and crocuses. But you know spring […]
Wild Food Forager, Paul Tappenden, reminds us the Earth gives us gifts every day… To those of us who love nature and her myriad, wonderful gifts, every day is Earth Day. We celebrate the seasons and all that they bring, and feel a responsibility to help protect that which is our very source of life. […]
Ayla Dunn Bieber gives us the scoop on clothing, fast-fashion, and the textile industry–and it’s not a good look! Luckily she provides plenty of resources, new ways, of doing things, and inspirational ideas for consuming less… Hello everyone! Let’s dive right in to another topic… Another layer to this wasteful mess we humans have created […]
The Traveler and the Cook Our Cooking Instructor, Eva Szigeti, paints a beautiful mental picture of Monet’s Garden and, meditating on color as Monet did, provides a vibrant egg dying recipe that utilizes kitchen scraps. There are travel destinations we will always remember, there are places we hope to revisit one day, and there are […]
Wild Food Forager, Paul Tappenden, recommends a delicacy of foraged violets, with tips for how they can be prepared… While I was walking around the neighborhood with our pups, I noticed some small patches of violets that were starting to flower. I’ve been seeing the leaves for a couple of weeks, but now that the […]
Our beloved camp storyteller, Chuck Stead, recalls a unique vernal equinox tradition… I had long known about Winter and Summer Solstice. Winter Solstice is the longest night and Summer Solstice is the longest day. Celebrations on Winter Solstice involve lighting a fire and gathering around it and such, as you ‘light the night’ for the […]
There are no upcoming events at this time.