Our showers felt much cooler this morning thanks to the 59 degree cold front. With only two activity periods campers were eager to make the most of our last “normal” day. There was final cuts on Hobbs, finishing touches on Shop projects, and sailing was packed. To top it all off, everyone jumped into Newfound for our final soak, where we sang the camp song. The afternoon was equally busy. Winds on the lake increased to 20 knots and sailing once again was bustling. As golden hour commenced, we gathered on Tree Talk Ridge for our final tree talk given by Will Davies. He spoke about the importance of routine and finding our metaphorical bugle in the off season. After our final Pizza Friday, we had our one and only wall ball “cheese” game. Wild as that was, it paled in comparison to the fantastic projects on display at the shop exhibition. Many compliments were passed around and we soon gathered at Baird Hall for our awards ceremony which celebrated all the accomplishments and growth over the summer.