The Camp Famous Eagle Song

I need to post about my visit to camp this past weekend, but in honor of today being the first full day of campers for the 2010 camping season at Camp Famous Eagle, S-F Scout Ranch in Knob Lick, Missouri, here is the Camp Famous Eagle song.  I will post other camp songs throughout the summer.  Enjoy!

Chorus:
Rolling hills, winding trails
Famous Eagle’s challenging you
Building friendships, camp under the stars, the stars

Famous Eagle land of a million Scouters’ dreams
Famous Eagle time to discover golden schemes
Famous Eagle chance to find out what Scouting means

Chorus

So if you’ve come and you want to understand
Just what it is that will make a boy a man
Famous Eagle calls, do you listen if you can

Chorus

(Words and music by Jack Jaworksi)

Camp Famous Eagle Sign/Nickel, S-F Scout Ranch

Camp Famous Eagle Sign/Nickel, S-F Scout Ranch

Quote #10

I received a graduation card from the Mortar Board Senior Honor Society, of which I am a member.  It contained the following quote.  I’ve seen it/heard it before and I like it a lot.

“Do not go where the path may lead; go instead where there is no path and make a trail.”
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

Emerson seems to be a master of inspiration.

Behind Again & My Computer

It has been a week since I last posted something on here.  Life just seems to be crazy busy.  Summer should not be so intense.  I like my internship a lot, but working all day really limits my ability to do anything else with my time.  I always feel behind and like I do not have enough time to see my friends or sleep.  I did visit camp this weekend, which was enjoyable – more on that in a future post (I do not have time to write it right now).  I miss S-F a lot – it is a fantastic place.

Hopefully, I will have a chance to start posting regularly again.  My blog is getting hits from random websites though, which I kind of enjoy.

I have been having computer problems for quite sometime.  Tomorrow, my plan is to take my (almost) four year old laptop in to be shipped off to be “fixed” under my four year (!) warranty.  I like this computer a lot, but I have had so many problems with it and so many headaches from it that it is almost unbelievable.  I am hoping to buy a new laptop this summer.  I am trying to convince myself to buy a MacBook Pro because so many of my friends have said good things, but they cost so much… Let me know what you think…