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Camp's now over for the year. The ten weeks that I spent there were quick, fun, sad, hilarious, fantastic, amazing, confusing, happy, stressful, adventurous, intimate, dark, light hearted, serious, relaxing, technologically inverted, loud, serene, and completely kick ass.
I'm sad to have left Abnaki, as I am every year. Me and my friend Sam were talking and something like this came up: Camp is just a location. Abnaki is us, and we take it with us where ever we go. I don't know if I'll ever see some of those people again, but I know that I will stay in touch with a good number of them in the future. This summer was definently life changing, as the others have been in the years before.
However, it is nice to have a reliable computer and internet to work with again.