When I got up this morning and headed to the office the air was crisp and it felt good to inhale through your nose. I stood with my boys by the Evergreen waterfront and enjoyed the fact that we were still here for a couple of more days. We then walked over to the porch of Oak Lodge to hang out with the many Kenwood Sophomores who were awake and eager to start their day. They were laughing and discussing how much fun they had had during Color War, and all of the fun times they have had throughout this summer. It was great to see how quickly everyone had settled back into their “camp as usual” mode. Everyone got to Assembly a little faster than they had in almost a week. There was a whole lot of laughing and joking around and you could see that everyone was in the mood to just enjoy these last few days of the summer. After breakfast the whole camp moved out to regular activities, including all of our arts that had taken a break during Color War. So many campers rushed to finish up their final projects, so that they could take them home on Saturday.