- Adam Bartsch
Passing the Family Camp to the Next Generation
Family camps often don’t age well. They start out being wonderful, an opportunity for young families to get away and be a family despite all of life’s distractions. Time at the family camp operates on a different schedule and allows us to break out of our routines. They are often the source of experiences and stories that families will share for decades, even generations.
As the children get older, complications begin to enter the picture. Not everyone can juggle their schedules to visit at the same time; some children want to bring an outsider, be it a friend or a flame. Family cohesion breaks down as each child follows a different trajectory in life.
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