I will miss watching all of you head down to the dining room every meal…then anticipating you walking back up that steep rocky road, where I can greet you once again…and hope for more playtime together.
I will miss playing with your softballs, footballs and kickballs…then popping them with pure pleasure!
I will miss all the extra treats from my secret friends…boy will I miss you!
I will miss my buddies at the waterfront who helped me conquer my fear of the water. I actually love it now, but from what I hear, some campers didn’t like it when I played with them on the beach…I’m sorry if I hurt you; I don’t know my strength sometimes.
I will miss racing (barking at) the golf carts and the Camp Road Runners…you really kept me in shape!
I wish I could have caught more mice for you…my Dad was a little hesitant with the outcome; but he had high hopes in me catching those geese!
What will I do when all my best friends leave? Camp will get so quiet and it will be just me and my Mom and Dad. Yea, they are fun and everything, but spending the last 8 weeks with all of you have been the best 8 weeks of my life, granted I’m only one and a half. I can’t believe I get to do this every summer…I am the luckiest and most grateful dog in the world! You should feel really lucky too! You have just experienced 7 weeks without parents, building forever, unconditional friendships in the bunks and all around camp! No doggie treat could ever compare to that!
Thank you for being my friends…and being so kind to me and showing me all the secret hiding and hunting places in camp. What everyone says is really true, “camp friends are the best friends”. I will do my own count down until I can sniff those buses come rolling down the camp road once again…and welcome you with a full frontal jump and a wet kiss! Until then, hold on to our fantastic memories, and keep the torch burning!