September has always been a tough month for us here at Kohut.
It is the first full month after Kamp has ended and it is also the month furthest away from the beginning of Kamp next summer.
To cope with the challenge, we like to savor thoughts and memories of the summer just past — and to start planning ahead, of course!
During our recent alumni event, we asked some of the returners about their fondest memories of Kamp and what helps them cope with a Kohut summer gone by.
Here are some of their answers:
“At the end of every summer, my bunk would sit on the benches of the Arts & Crafts Shack and write heartfelt letters to each person, & I still have mine”
“Learning how to waterski and eventually being able to do the Macarena while skiing and the Hawaiian themed dance”
“The dances and all the friendships + learning to sail”
“Earning my Captain’s License in 2000”
If you would like to share any memories you have from Kamp please feel free to post them on our Facebook page.
We promise we don’t bite, but we do like!
Enjoy the last bits of summer!
Next summer gets closer every day…