30 July, 2001
Helping out with the chores.
Today was my day to be the “house mouse” at Summit. Over the course of the summer, everyone has a turn helping out with the daily chores around the camp. In between my snow collecting routine, I added dishes, cleaning the bathroom, vacuuming and getting the water for the big house. It was a fun diversion to my regular routine. I enjoyed helping Elsie in the kitchen and having a chance to be in a different space for the day.
Camp life is like living in a large family. There are twenty one of us here. Each has a job of his or her own, but in order to keep the place running everyone helps out with the little things. Being the “house mouse” meant that I had a chance to do some mingling with all the different folks around camp. Here are some pictures from my day.
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