We woke to an amazingly sunny day and had french toast for breakfast. For the first activity period, Hobbs Field offered arena ball, shop was scheduled and open for long walkers, tennis had scheduled matches, and the waterfront was buzzing with action. After enjoying the sunny morning, we had soak and prepared for inspection. Lunch was meat and cheese sandwiches. After a hearty meal, we had a short rest. Cardigan won inspection, narrowly edging out Adams by one point. For the second activity period, there was a Senior League ball game between Wyatt Winstead’s and Teddy Marquet’s teams. Wyatt’s team took home the victory, but both teams gave their all and demonstrated great sportsmanship. For dinner, we had pizza and strawberry shortcake for dessert. Campfire was the talent show and the 16-year-old skit. The talent show hosted a series of exciting, impressive, and hilarious acts. Some of the camp favorites this year included Teddy Linz and a group of campers dancing to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies,” counsellors reading stories from “Bert and I,” and several talented musicians left their mark on the Pasquaney stage. The 16-year-old skit was quite the performance, and campers and counsellors alike were all left dumbfounded. The day concluded with a beautiful taps played by Marco Leite, the best bugler ever.