Let's Play a Game! 20 Questions for Campers

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Hey campers, we know you are bummed about losing camp this summer…and, when we are sad, it is important to connect with other people. So now is a great time to pick up the phone, head out to the porch, call a friend and talk about how you’re doing right now. You can even go for a walk while you are on the phone and it will be like you are playing a trail game. We all know that a good trail game is a great way to help you focus on something more fun than the weight of your backpack, or the hurt of losing camp…plus it is a great way to be a supportive friend and listener. You will learn new things, too!

So now let’s play 20 Questions!

  • Do you have any plans for the summer yet?
  • When are you done with school?
  • What has been the craziest part of online classes?
  • What will you miss most about camp this summer?
  • What were you most looking forward to doing at camp?
  • Are you going to get to do any “camp things”? (hiking, horseback riding, camping, etc.)
  • Who have you been keeping in touch with during the quarantine?
  • What was your favorite thing you did last summer?
  • What’s your favorite song right now?
  • Are you reading anything good?
  • Do you have plans to see any friends this summer?
  • Do you have a favorite piece of camp swag or camping gear? (clothes, water bottle, stickers, etc.?)
  • What’s your favorite camp song?
  • What’s your favorite camp meal?
  • What’s your favorite camp dessert?
  • What’s the last thing you did outside?
  • Have you come across any cool outdoor videos?
  • Where did you #slapasticker?
  • What has been your favorite Sanborn social media post?
  • What have you been teaching yourself lately?
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Ariella Rogge
About Ariella Rogge

Ariella started her career at Sanborn when she was twelve. After five years of camper and five years of Sanborn staff experience, she continued her work with kids in the high school classroom. Ariella and her family returned to Sanborn in 2001 to take on the Program Director role which she held til 2012. She and Elizabeth Marable became co-directors of High Trails in 2013. She lists mountain golf, Gymkhana, climbing mountains and making Pad Thai in the backcountry as some of her favorite activities at camp. Ariella received a B.A. in English from Colorado College and is a certified secondary English educator,an ACCT Level 2 Ropes Course Technician, an ARC lifeguard, an AHA CPR trainer and WEMT. She lives at camp with her husband, two sons, 8 chickens, 2 salamanders, 2 hermit crabs and 1 cat.