Lessons Learned Away From Home
When my father was a Kenwood counselor in 1968 he brought with him up to Camp a state-of-the-art KLH turntable with a vacuum tube amplifier. Next to his bed was a crate of the great albums of the day: Sgt. Pepper’s, Days of Future Past, Pet Sounds, The Sound of Silence. At night he would turn down the lights and share his favorite music with the 9-year olds he lived with.