Inspiration: Summer Camp

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Sometimes I wish Wes Anderson had handcrafted my summer camp experiences. That way my memories from those times would be of treasure hunts, canoeing adventures, and catching fireflies by the campfire.

Not to say I didn’t love the camp experiences I had but summer camps in the 90s were more about SuperSoakers, frozen yogurt, and B movie nights. As summer officially kicks off this weekend, I wanted to share with you a few things I would have packed were I to go back and do it all over: 
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Getaway: San Francisco

Escape with Ghirardelli dark chocolate #escapewithdarkchocolate @ghirardelli

Daydreaming is an art – it truly is a special skill. My high school French teacher would disagree, as he wrote my daydreaming as off as lack of concentration, but I believe it’s the key to creativity. And, let’s be honest, it’s a coping mechanism for escaping from reality. Especially when your reality comes in the form of travel headaches like lost luggage, cancelled flights, and poor customer service.

I’d like to think I have pretty good travel karma, but really just it’s just a matter of time before the bad stuff hits. And, when you travel as much as I do, it hits pretty often. This winter I’ve been caught in a Nor’Easter, had luggage fly east when I was heading west, and clocked in time at airport cafés while coping with grounded flights. And, that, my friends, is when I daydream.
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