All the old bunks are still there, though some have been given new functions; bunks 2 and 4, pictured above, now make up the camp's main office. The desk in the right-hand photo is where my bed was in 1978; you can see it pictured on the bottom of the Mike Tosti tribute page.

Bunks 1, 3, 5 and 7 are now the camp's Health Center, while bunks 9, 11, 13.5 and 15 (renamed "Sycamore Lodge" 1 and 2) house campers with behavioral issues.

All of the buildings on camp have been renamed after trees that can be found on camp; this building, bunks 6, 8 and T, is now called "Pine Lodge." The former Schafler house is now "Maple Lodge;" the Hill is "Azalea Lodge," etc.

Yes, the Rec Hall is still there, with a new porch and new steps leading up to The Lodge. The building has been renamed "Handros Hall," after Sele and Richard Handros who worked for and contributed to the AHRC.