We opened our second session yesterday by welcoming 125 campers under crystal clear blue-skies and comfortable temperatures- a welcome relief after the stifling temperatures on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Twenty-four hours later, the skies have turned cloudy and it has even cooled off a bit more, but our campers are settling in perfectly and having a great time. After a pasta dinner on Sunday evening, we gathered up a Campfire circle for an opening campfire, sing-a-long and introductions, followed by first night candlelight discussions back at the cabins. Today our campers proceeded through a variety of orientation activities by touring and learning about the activities around campus, as well as visiting the health center for health check-ins and the waterfront for swim checks. This afternoon our campers engaged in a “choice afternoon” where they got to sample our activities. The full activity program will begin on Tuesday. This evening promises to be a thriller with our first game of Capture the Rocks on the lower field between our two camp teams- the Sags and the Hocs. All in all, it’s been a very smooth start. Our campers are happy and settling in, and I am very impressed with the outstanding job our counselors are doing. I look forward to providing more updates later this week.