On the 28th of July, we woke to a cold and foggy morning such that the lake couldn’t be seen from Dana Porch. Following breakfast, we had chapel practice where we sang several new hymns like “Come and Find the Quiet Place.” Later in the day, we had a wonderful chapel talk from Rich DeSalvo about courage. Rich talked about how courage is possible only when there is fear and that often the most courageous thing to do is take the moral high ground. A delicious Thanksgiving-style Sunday lunch with mint chocolate chip ice cream followed Chapel. The highlight of the day was the council vs council baseball game. Baseball counsellors, William Davies and Matthew Woolverton each captained their own team and after six innings of intense play the score was six to six. The game displayed great sportsmanship and skill. The day concluded with a great singing practice and a thundering railroad.