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Posted by Ginny Boshoff on February 17, 2020

All the care in the world

The beginning of fall seemed to disappear as quickly as leaves on the trees. Between keeping track of paperwork, reluctantly dragging thermals out of storage, trying to remember what felt like hundreds of new names every day, and finding a spare minute to fill up water bottles, we were too busy to realize something simple.

Posted by adventureli on April 18, 2016

Celebrating 100 Years of National Parks

April 16–24: Visit for free! Throughout National Park Week in 2016, every national park will give you free admission   At last count I have visited 23 of the U.S. National Parks which may sound like a lot, but when you realize that there are currently 58 total, I’m not even half way there! Life

Posted by adventureli on March 25, 2016

What is the value of residential camp?

A few days ago, while interviewing two of our “perpetual” residential campers for a camp video, I heard something that caught me by surprise. When asked what their favorite part about residential camp was, both girls answered simultaneously, “Talking to the other girls at the end of the night.” In a camp where a typical

Posted by adventureli on March 23, 2016

All About Adventure Links Day Camps

Day Camps   In a time where recesses are being cut short, technology is ever-present in our children’s eyes, and coding is the newest language being taught in school; we are advocating for more time outside! The best way to give your children that time outside is Summer Camp!   For the past 19 years,

Posted by adventureli on March 3, 2016

Letterboxing: an introduction

I have the kind of mother who loves to cut little articles out of the newspaper about things to do, places to see and her favorite, places to eat in Washington DC and then give them to me. The most valued one of these little bits of paper she has clipped for me was the