Today at Camp Seven Hills was a very somber day. It wasn’t because we didn’t have another exciting and fun day full of swimming, boating (though, the weather made the last two a little difficult this afternoon), tie-dying, archery, climbing, and riding, but rather because we had our final closing campfire of the summer. Ceremoniously, we lit the final campfire by torch, a tradition we’ve participated in for as long as anyone can remember. We also ended campfire as usual with a walk down the friendship path, while the light of candles held by all the counselors led us safely home. It is very sad knowing that tomorrow will be the last day we have to spend fun times with all our new and old friends, but only tears of joy were shed because the memories made here this week, as well as all the weeks earlier this summer, will not be forgotten
See all the pictures from this summer, as well as this week specifically, here on our Flickr page.