You Can Only Protect What You Love

08.24.08


Thank you Jean-Michele, my children can now add the ocean to the list of things they love.

I’m torn, do I blog about our time spent at camp or do I write a full fledged article and try to make a decent living impact more readers?

I am startled by what I don’t know, and inspired not just by Jean-Michele, but by an altruistic staff and a camp with a solid mission.

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9 responses to “You Can Only Protect What You Love”

  1. ByJane says:

    Blog about it…please

  2. I was a camp counselor for 4 years in a row on Catalina Island. It’s such a great place to teach kids about the natural world. I’d love to read about your recent trip!

  3. ksmithey says:

    I want to hear all about camp–

  4. Laurie says:

    I want to hear about camp too. This should be good….

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