Tonight is the full moon, and if you don’t believe the legend that it makes people a little “luny,” then you should have visited campus today! There was much silliness all around and laughter and singing could be heard on every corner of Chewonki Neck. I visited with some Rocky Hill students this afternoon who report that macaroni and cheese is the favorite meal of the week. They had spent the morning out exploring the “Neck” on the Map and Compass lesson. The Mast Landing and Harpswell 5th graders are all doing a wonderful job of being here for 4 full days! For many, it is their first time away from home for so long, and not one student has gone home due to homesickness! Woo Hoo! Two groups from Nashoba did a service project on the farm today pulling and processing carrots for winter storage. Thanks girls! I hear from one instructor that there is a dance-off planned for tonight! On this final night of camping for the week groups will reflect upon their experiences around the small groups’ campfire. I am looking forward to hearing what everyone is taking away with them – I am sure parents are eager to hear the same things!