Looking toward the dining room from the main gate, this view shows the wood shop and soccer goal still standing, but the small auxiliary soccer field (which was alongside the entrance roadway), as well as the lawn outside the dining room (where Carnival was held) appear to have been completely excavated, perhaps to make the area handicapped-accessible or enlarge the dining room.

All of the exterior camp signs, including the ones by the main gate (left) and on the corner of Route 7 and Four Corners Road (right), are still standing, though all are worn and will probably be removed by next summer. I'm hoping to contact Marc to find out what will happen to them, and if they can be salvaged.

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