Yet another cold morning only made colder by our morning shower. On a slightly more serious note, it was a perfect day for sailing. Almost all of the boats were full with campers having a great time in the white capped waves. In the afternoon, we had inspection with an emphasis on personal appearance, which Stanwood won. The afternoon activity period featured a sub-junior baseball game between Phineas Sinclair and Gideon Farr’s teams, the former team winning by a score of 6 to 1. The activity period also had great sailing and watermelon football training (plyometrics, Pilates, and water aerobics at the bathhouse) led by Jack Reigeluth and Porter Barnes. Shortly before dinner. The Long Walk returned, walking up the hill to Mem Hall and singing the Long Walk song to “Drifted Away” and “Tainted Love” by Soft Cell. For campfire there was the council play, called Legacy, which was the work of skit-writing legend Evan McClure and was about solving the mystery of the stolen Infirmary plaque.