photojournal

29 July 2000
 

The Bobrowsky Annual Camping Trip

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Connecticut is a big haul from Ann Arbor so I was up early and on the road at dawn. This first picture is light from the sun peeking up and hitting puffy clouds. These pictures are all taken with my new camera, a Canon Digital Elph, or the S100.

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I made it to the camp as it was getting dark and I set-p my tent in the dark. This is a picture of the posh tent setup Mona and Matt. The whole tent bulged as they zipped the dual air matresses in the tent.

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Morning grub wrangling.

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It was complicated. Very complicated. We were a bunch of adults, many with technical degrees and experience. But it almost bested us. The Badmitton net was not to be triffled with. The manufacturers of the net are tricky bastards and left many extra pieces for us to ponder, making us second guess our erect net. The net seemed playable, but we were afriad it might collapse, maybe we had missed something.

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The grand competition.

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Bill B., being the good uncle and properly molesting his nephews.

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putt-putt and ice cream. yum.

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food, beer, and good company.