This week, campers visiting with San Clemente LDS are undertaking a service project to repaint the White’s Landing pier. All of us at TCX appreciate all of their hard work and their time. It looks great, ladies!
It took a 7-man crew 10 days and $5,000 in materials to make our storm damaged float like new for 2013. The Catalina Experience staff did an amazing job stripping the old lumber and bolts, painting the frame, installing a new floatation pontoon and resurfacing the entire 54′ floating dock with new lumber and hardware. […]
Yesterday at about 3:30 pm, our campers departed White’s Landing to head over to Long Beach and go home. I think most of them had mixed feelings: they loved camp, but they missed many things about home (parents, pets, McDonald’s, x-boxes). Here at camp, we (and especially me) are having mixed feelings as well: we […]
Who knew that I was such a good cook?!?! We made bread, sorbet, and lemonade; but all of our recipes used plants that we collected from the around the island. For our bread, we cut up pieces of black sage we picked. Then, Jason from the kitchen taught us how to make black sage bread. […]
Last night, the teen campers slept out at Blackjack Campground. At a height of over 2100 feet, Mt. Blackjack is the second tallest peak on the island (those of you who have been to White’s will know it as the peak with the radio tower on top). The campground is not quite at the apex, […]
What would Camp Castaway be without a “castaway” scenario? This morning, our teen campers particpated in TCX’s 3rd annual Raft Regatta! Campers imagined they were stranded on the island with limited supplies. They had to work as teams to build a functional raft that they could float around a course in our cove. Points were […]