Camp awoke to a squishy 58º morning on the last day of the summer’s fourth week. The morning activity period featured Sub-Junior and Junior tennis matches, obstacle races, and crew, which was accommodated by little to no wind. After lunch, rest, and inspection, the afternoon activity period featured obstacle races, dinghy races, and a Mountain League baseball game that pitted the Cardigan Cardinals against the Carrigain Kangaroos. Dinner was capped by the distribution of Long Walk shirts to those selected to go on the trip, including three fifteen-year olds. Following dinner, camp was entertained by the talent show and sixteen-year old skit, the latter of which was a play off Groundhog Day in which a camper lived the same day over and over again until he learns to be kinder to others. Much effort was put into the evening by sixteen-year olds Nicky Longo and Charlie Pink, who were Masters of Ceremonies for the Talent Show and also involved in the skit. Camp was ready to quickly fall into sleep after the day’s events were concluded.