Mr. Thomas Granger shocked camp by informing everybody that the morning showers would be optional due to cold air temperature. After a quick and efficient duty period, we headed out for a day of hiking. The Fifth and Sixth Walks hiked Mt. Welch and Mt. Dickey with ease. The Fourth Walk hiked Firescrew and Cardigan while the Third Walk went up Cardigan and over to Firescrew. The Second Walk hiked up Mt. Moosilauke via the Carriage Road. The First Walk, which I am on, went up Moosilauke via the Beaver Brook Trail. The Beaver Brook Trail was very steep and had incredible views for the first mile and a half. After 1.6 miles of steep climbing, we cruised through a mile of flat ground before the final push up to the summit. The summit of Moosilauke was beautiful with 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains. After a sensational lunch, we hiked down the mountain and relaxed back at camp. After a delicious dinner of steak and apple pie, the campers listened to one of Mr. Vinnie’s stories from Siwash, “The Initiation of Ollie,” and had a good sleep after a long day.