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Overnight camps … eh, not so much

June 26, 2013

By Mary Garrison

At the ripe old age of 11, my son determined to strike out on his own. He packed up his bag, grabbed a tent and flashlight and headed out into the wilderness of western Kentucky.

… Only to turn around two days in on his first real adventure into quasi-independence and adolescence and come home. Apparently, overnight camping with the Boy Scouts wasn't nearly as much fun as what he and I had hoped.

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