On Thursday, we woke up to a warm 69 degrees. In the morning activity period, there were many watersports competitions, such as the sub junior finals in canoeing and the four-man senior canoe races. In the end, the clear winners of the senior canoe race were the Barnes Brothers, Lorenzo Parker Pillow, and Ethan Clark. During the afternoon, many boys chose to make plaques in the woodshop, which they nailed above their bunks. The cast of the Theater Play worked on their set, and there was also a Head of the Lake canoeing specie. Once at the head of the lake, we played “watermelon football”, with Matt O’Reilly’s team winning four to zero. After dinner, the camp community gathered in the Watson Theater to watch a well-performed play, “The Cherry Orchard”, written by Anton Chekhov. There was impressive acting and many laughs from the audience. Following the play, we had mines, prayers, and taps, and we all peacefully fell asleep after a day well-spent.