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Yet, at some point, the labyrinth ends, and you must exit back into the world that you left.
Not unlike the labyrinth, the kids are getting ready to leave camp.
They’ve been in a place of reflection and contemplation at camp, but now it is time to go.
That’s what they seem to be running on today: adrenaline. In their excitement from Day 1, I am sure they stayed up way too late and got up much earlier than they wanted to. After all, new friendships needed to be made, and what better place than a cabin at camp?
No, things are not quite yet back to normal, but hints of days-gone-by began to creep in. The usual stop at a Turnpike plaza, the long queue to register only seemed to annoy the adults because the kids were already having fun. Camp was starting to feel a little more normal this year.