DAILY LOG 2022

During the summer, campers write summaries of each day. These logs are recorded daily, and posted cumulatively here on the website each week. There are no Daily Log postings during the second week of camp, while campers are out on expeditions.

Summer 2022 Daily Log Entries

  • Friday, August 5th “Rabbit Barnes COD” | Written by Sabby Gillis (PLD) We woke up at 7:00 in the morning this Friday with thoughts of Pizza Friday drifting in our minds. For breakfast, we had sausage, eggs, and a toast of orange juice to start the meal. The first activity period had very little wind, which was great for crew, but very upsetting for the Pasquaney sailors. […]
  • Thursday, August 4th “Lorenzo Parker-Pillow COD” | Written by Cash Golden (JRLB) We woke up at 7:30 this Thursday morning, because of the overnight Not-Joes from the night before. After waffles for breakfast, we had a standard activity period until lunch. For lunch there were coldcut sandwiches because the kitchen ran out of propane to power the stoves. Rest was long because of the quick sandwich lunch. […]
  • Wednesday, August 3rd “Nicky Finn COD” | Written by Burke Gunther (LPP) Camp awakened to Reveille, buzzing with excitement for one of the biggest camp days; Council Breakfast and Overnight Not-Joe’s. The Council Breakfast consisted of an appetizer of buttered scones, a side of mixed fruit, and a main of breakfast quesadillas packed full of peppers, onions, cheese, chorizo, guac, sour cream, and salsa. Packed full of […]
  • Tuesday, August 2nd “Jimmy Bocock COD” | Written by Sammy Gunther (NBF) The hillside woke up to the screaming of COIs and shuffling of tired campers in their bunks. As we all headed to mem-hall a cool breeze washed over our faces. Porter led an all day all around the lake canoeing specie with Aiden Biglow. In the afternoon, there was a senior league ball game between […]
  • Monday, August 1st “Pip Carr COD” | Written by Bixby Hanrahan (JSB) After Reveille and the morning routine, Pip the COD, asked us to close our eyes, join hands, and take in the moment standing around our Mem Hall tables with our friends. After breakfast and a swift duty period, Nature departed on a journey to the Sculptured Rocks, where campers swam and admired the rock formation. […]
  • Sunday, July 31st “Buckeley Huffstetler COD” | Written by Michael Rorer (PMC) Today was a typical Sunday morning with tub, dorm inspections, and a chapel service. This service was given by Rich instead of Mr. Michael. It was about the importance and power of friendship and everyone left feeling better and more empowered to be kind to one another than before the talk. The most interesting part […]
  • Saturday, July 30th “Taylor West COD” | Written by Michael Head (GBH) The day began with a 7:00 Reville, and we all headed into Dana for prayers. Then we had quick and efficient mines and a morning inspection. We had some cinnamon rolls, eggs, and sausages for breakfast. We then had a duty period. After that we had an activity period and an 11:45 soak. Then there […]
  • Friday, July 29th “Olivier Bijoux COD” | Written by Robert Head (TLW) Today was camp’s last day without the Long Walk on the hillside and younger boys had their last activities without many of the older boys present.  The morning proved to be one of some wind, so open sailing was a success.  There were also canoe tilts in the morning.  Most of camp was scheduled for […]
  • Thursday, July 28th “Sam Randall COD” | Written by Kenny Holder (OEB) On July 28th 2022, we had late Reveille and made our way to Dana for prayers and then showers. At breakfast, we had chocolate chip pancakes and bacon and then we had the duty period. The morning activity period was busy with tennis matches, shop, baseball, and diving. It was a very hot day for […]
  • Wednesday, July 27th “Chase Carmody COD” | Written by Michael Rorer (SKR) Yesterday, July 27th was the last mandatory hikes day. The four hikes consisted of Lincoln, Lafayette, Little Haystack, Liberty, and Moosilauke. My Walk, second walk, did Liberty first, then Little Haystack last. It first began with the hour drive to the Lafayette campground. Once we arrived, we began our 8.5-mile trek. The annoying part about […]
  • Tuesday, July 26th “Sam Dilley COD” | Written by Baylor Shearer (CEC) Tuesday, July 26th we woke up at 7 am and had our normal morning routine. It was a windless day that was kind of cool. More tables were closed since Short Walk left. We had normal activities in the morning and afternoon. There was the first Sub-Junior baseball game that involved every single sub-junior this […]
  • Monday, July 25th “James Scullin COD” | Written by Logan Shearer (SPD) Today, after breakfast, during which Matteo Horvat was announced as a newly elected COI, camp went down to Eastbourne to watch the Long Walk departure. Despite some slight rain, the group was ready and determined for an exciting week in the woods. They did a crisp count-off, before driving to their first day of hiking […]
  • Sunday, July 24th “Will Davies COD” | Written by Liam Smith (JSS) Camp woke up to late Reveille at 7:30am. After breakfast, we had Tub. After Tub, we had forty minutes to prepare for inspection before it started. There were many inspectors and the emphasis was boxes and shelves. The inspectors went hard this time so Jackson got twelve points off. After Inspection we had Chapel. The […]
  • Saturday, July 23rd “Aidan Biglow COD” | Written by Dylan Holton (WEED) Saturday July 23 was a day filled with tons of excitement. The highlight of the morning was the nature specie to Welton falls. At Welton Falls there was an abundance of cliff jumping and an odd amount of inchworms. So many inchworms that it had campers calling it a breeding ground for inchworms. That afternoon, […]
  • Friday, July 22nd “Lorenzo Parker-Pillow COD” | Written by Mikey Holton (AKB) We woke up, went to prayers, then got our order to do our FREEZING SHOWERS! Then we got ready for inspection and had a thorough inspection. Then we went to breakfast, which was followed by some pictures of the entire camp. Then went to duties and had an activity period with FUN activities. People went […]
  • Thursday, July 21st ” Nicky Finn COD” | Written by Ryder Hopkins (LPP) The day started off normally with a 7 a.m reveille. We had mines, morning inspection, and a delicious breakfast. Our meal consisted of chocolate chip pancakes and sausages. After the duty period, there were a multitude of different activities such as fishing at Nature, dry dock sailing, and 1/2 miles at swimming. Following Soak, we […]
  • Wednesday, July 20th “Jimmy Bocock COD” | Written by Michael Horgan (NBF JR.)  Today is Wednesday, July 20. Today is hikes day. 6th walk hiked Firescrew and Cardigan. We started off with hiking to the top of Firescrew which took us about two hours then we hiked ½ mile to the top of Cardigan where we saw 5th walk. We had lunch under the firetower and proceeded to […]
  • Tuesday, July 19th “Rabbit Barnes COD” | Written by Mateo Horvat (JSB) Tuesday, July 19th started off with a humid and sweaty morning. A strong breeze was blowing across the hillside, making for an exhilarating morning of sailing. The tennis courts were closed due to Monday’s rain and canoe tilts were canceled due to the heavy wind. After a delicious lunch, there was a senior league ball […]
  • Monday, July 18th “Jack Anderson COD” | Written by Xander Kryska (JRLB) At the first tone of the bugle, the hillside awoke to a gloomy and overcast aurora. Despite the gray of the morning, Camp Pasquaney packed into the showers for a nice refresh with slightly more energy than in recent mornings. For breakfast, we had B.E.B. Bacon. Eggs. Biscuits. Thanks, Billy. 150 breakfast sandwiches later, Mr. […]
  • Sunday, July 17th “Henry Anderson COD” | Written by Charlie Linz (JGA) How simple a man’s desire, a Pasquaney boy’s dream. The splendor of birdsong, the motherly cradle of my bunk, the bliss of waking up 30 minutes before Sunday’s late reveille, and peacefully sliding back into my dream about the lamp-bearing jungle-fowl keeping their fatherly watch over the hillside… when suddenly the flames disappeared and the […]
  • Saturday, July 16th “Mat Scullin COD” | Written by Teddy Linz (WHA) (To the tune of Reveille) Duh-duh-duh-duh-duh-duh! Campers and counsellors arose from their bunks all excited for Visiting Weekend! We headed straight to a delicious breakfast and a duty period in preparation for the visitors. The morning activity period included nature project work for the club competition, as well as a Head of the Lake watermelon […]
  • Friday, July 15th “Ollie Longo COD” | Written by Milo Lomas (MJS) Showers felt colder than usual thanks to another crisp morning for Camp Pasquaney! Nature had its first gold mine specie of the season; however, no campers returned as millionaires with backpacks full of gold. After Soak, we quickly hustled to upper camp for yet another club skit rehearsal. A fusion of pulled barbeque brisket and […]
  • Thursday, July 14th “Olivier Bijoux COD” | Written by Xavier Lovering (OLL) Today was a normal day, especially with all of the fun activities! In the morning, a lot of people went to crew. We had trunk room inspection after rest, and a nice afternoon activity period. The Weather was nice all throughout the day. We all had Not-Joe’s and singing to end the great day off. […]
  • Wednesday, July 13th “Sam Randall COD” | Written by Jack Maddox (OEB) Today is July 13th. It was hikes day.  I was on the 6th walk in the third group. We slinky-ed up Welch for a good 2 hours. At the top we saw the 5th walk come. We said hello and then went on our way. We walked the ridge in good time to Dickey. We […]
  • Tuesday, July 12th “Chase Carmody COD” | Written by Jean Maintigneux (SKR) We woke up at 7am, had the normal activity period and soak. At the start of the activity period, we had the normal afternoon schedule, but we were taking caution due to the incoming storm. During the afternoon activity period, wind suddenly started blowing hard and rain was pouring down. The COD sounded the windstorm […]
  • Monday, July 11th “Pip Carr COD” | Written by Alex Marciante (CEC) Yesterday was sunny and a bright day. For breakfast we had eggs, hash browns, and sausage. There was an exhilarating specie to Sculpted Rock in nature and lots of scheduled crew. After soak, we had our first skit rehearsals for clubs. All of the new boys were introduced and accepted into the club. For lunch […]
  • Sunday, July 10th “Taylor West COD” | Written by Oliver Smith (PMC) We woke up to a breakfast of warm waffles, bacon and delicious caramel sauce. We had a good cleaning at tub, followed by an inspection. At the chapel service, Mr. Michael gave a deeply personal and moving chapel talk about how to stand up for what you believe in, even when it’s the harder thing […]
  • Saturday, July 9th “Porter Barnes COD” | Written by Ryan Carlson (TLW) Today was a very eventful day. It was the first day with activities after expeditions. The breakfast was really good french toast sticks, but we unfortunately ran out of maple syrup. During the morning activity period, there was a popular pick-up football game on Hobbs at 11 and perch rock species at swimming.  Inspections were […]
  • Friday, July 8th “Ethan Connett COD” | Written by Clay Meredith (PBB) As the campers arrived back to the land of the white birch, the joy on the hillside was rejuvenated. The Baldface Expeditions were the first to arrive back to camp at 11am. After returning their expedition gear to Baird Hall, they were greeted with a lunch of pulled pork sandwiches and Tub. The cycle of […]
  • Sunday, July 3rd “Ethan Connett COD” | Written by Sam Dilley For our first normal Sunday of the summer, we woke up to clear and crisp weather. After our usual Sunday morning routine and inspection, we lined up for Chapel. Mr. Michael delivered an eloquent Chapel Talk called “Lessons from the Natural World”, much of which applied to the upcoming expeditions. The main themes consisted of […]
  • Saturday, July 2nd “Buckley Huffstetler COD” | Written by Bennett O’Reilly (EPC) Camp Pasquaney arose to a crisp Reveille by Robert Head. Chef Billy started us off with some crispy bacon and eggs which prepared the camp for the busy day ahead. After our duties, the campers went to their various activities. Most notably, there was a white water canoeing specie to the Bristol Gorge. We then […]
  • Friday, July 1st “Wesley Richardson COD” | Written by Matt O’Reilly (GBH) Today was a very eventful Friday. The day began at seven with Reveille, prayers in Dana and then showers. We had a delicious breakfast of french toast sticks and sausage to start off our morning, and then duties ensued. The morning activity period was filled with obstacle course races, canoeing, shop work, baseball, and tennis. […]
  • Thursday, June 30th “Ollie Longo COD” | Written by Will Peterson (WMR) Camp slowly woke up with a late Reveille. It was a chilly 58 degrees but sunny. Rather than heading to Dana for prayers, we first had to take covid tests in our dorms, so that hopefully the final restrictions could be lifted. In the morning the wind picked up, which made it a great day […]
  • Wednesday, June 29th “Sam Dilley COD” | Written by Hatcher Pitts (OLL) It was the 5th day of camp and everyone had started to settle in. The day started at 58 degrees, but quickly warmed up. After prayers, showers and breakfast, everyone got ready for the day. It was Hikes Day so everyone grabbed their backpacks, water bottles, fleeces and raincoats. After grabbing sandwiches and doing a […]
  • Tuesday, June 28th “Aidan Biglow COD” | Written by Henry Powell (SPD) Today was another very fun and exciting day on the hillside for a number of reasons. We benefited from very nice weather throughout the day, which allowed for many enjoyable activities. In the morning, there was a canoeing specie to the Cockermouth River, in which we studied the water, with factors such as temperature, acidity […]
  • Monday, June 27th “Peter Denious COD” | Written by Fairfax Randall (AKB) We woke up to our first normal day at Pasquaney in humid air and overcast skies. The morning went smoothly with the new campers adjusting to the schedule. During breakfast it started to rain, which was much needed after the scorching weather over the weekend. It rained throughout the duty period resulting in many activities […]
  • Sunday, June 26th “Matthew Scullin COD” | Written by Elliot Randolph (PLD,jr.) It was a great second day on the Pasquaney hillside with both the young and old campers warming up to the camp routine. Campers woke up to a chilly 58 degrees and temperature quickly shot up to the high 80s. Camp continued a normal routine with mines, morning inspection, and a delicious breakfast of french […]
  • Saturday, June 25th “Doug Camp COD” | Written by Michael Rorer (MJS) June 25th marked the start of Pasquaney’s 128th season! A warm New Hampshire sun welcomed us campers back to the hillside. After 84 negative covid tests, we made our way to the dorms where we unpacked and reunited with friends new and old. With new boys hailing from as far as Kazakhstan and as close […]