On “Camp Time”

We’re barely a week into Session III, but as some of you might know, “camp time” is very different from “normal time.” The days at Camp Tawonga are long and full, rich with activity and quality time with friends. Therefore, campers have already developed seriously deep bonds with one another, especially within their bunks.

Whether it’s supporting one another at the Challenge Course, making oatmeal facials in the garden or just hanging out on the back porch of the Dining Hall enjoying the beautiful scenery, Session III campers are soaking up these wonderfully long Tawonga days. See you back here tomorrow!