On Thursday morning Camp Pasquaney woke up to a late (7:30 AM) Reveille played by Nathan DePue, as the official camp bugler was on the Short Walk. The morning activity period was jam-packed with fun. Crew was out rowing quads, canoeing celebrated counsellor Peter Ryder’s birthday with “Peter Ryder Appreciation Day,” sailing had dry dock work as the winds were low. There were several sub-junior tennis matches and baseball hosted some pitching instruction in preparation of the games to come over the weekend. At the bathhouse, Bubbles hosted sub-junior canoe races. In the afternoon, a light rain started. All activities were open along with a few unusual appearances like fly-casting practice at Nature, football on Hobbs Field, and canoe baseball at the boathouse. For campfire there was singing and dorm circles.