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November 1, 2006

Oh, The Hardships of Camp!

It wasn't easy being us! Our parents sent us away to camp at age 12 (or younger) for the entire summer. We got saddled with all sorts of chores, and had to work hard to earn our stripes as CITs and Junior Counselors. Here is a rather graphic photo of the hardships we had to endure in our own version of Stalag 17, known as Cherokee Lodge, back in 1960.


Bob Eber said...

Just who are these felons?

Neil L said...

Richie Gold, Judd, and Bob Smith are recognizable. I cannot tell who the other two are.