vol. 12 | THE CAMP ISSUE
There’s nothing quite like waking up early in the morning to birds chirping, a cool breeze, and the smell of a lingering fire from the night before. Many of us have these memories, whether from a family camping trip, mornings waking at summer camp, or weekends up north at the family camp. In New England, camp can mean different things to different people. Regardless, it is an integral part of our culture. In this issue we will share stories from and about camp. Stories told around the fire, late night in bunks, and early mornings by the lake. Stories of traditions, of adventures, and anything else that inspires our love of camp.