Here I am at Camp Lanakila. Which unfortunately doesn't have wireless internet access. So here I am at the Fairlee Free Public Library. What is Fairlee Free? You only have to pay sometimes? Just what seems right? And who decides? Anyway it being Saturday they closed an hour before I got here. Luckily the bench out front ain't too hard and is close enough to the Whistlestop Cafe's internet signal that I am able to broadcast and try to get up to date.
All the kitchen staffs from all the camps got together this morning to go over policies and procedures. Definitely have fun. Definitely do not clean the slicer with your hand while it is running. I met my staff which consists of my Asst. Chef Chris who is nice enough but a little jumpy-everything cool-I'm down with that-can we get a CD player for the kitchen kind of guy.
Then I have 4 college-age kids from overseas who have little or no experience in the kitchen. (The cheese goes between the two slices of bread for a grilled cheese sandwich?) I will fill in more details as I get to know them but for now they are: Alan from the U.K., Ekaterina from Russia, Anita from Hungary and Olga from Ukraine. Beet soup for everyone! We start tomorrow with a dinner called the Big Kahuna which is a gathering of all the unit and department heads.
My cottage. Pretty rustic here at old Camp Lanakila.
The view from my front porch. Are you sure this is a camp?
The backside of the mess hall.
Some of the tents and clubhouse of the Brookside Unit. 8,9 and 10 year old boys.
My room. Just as rustic inside.
A beautiful rainbow over Lake Morey. Aaaah.
My snail mail address for anyone who would like to write a real letter and boy would I like to get one!
2899 Lake Morey Road
Fairlee, VT 05045
Well that's it for now. I better go check on my charges. Olga stop!! Turn the mixer off before you scrape down the sides. No Alan, sugar is not the same as salt.
Love you all. Peace. Peter