The Summer of Love at Honey Run Campground on Worthley Pond in Peru Maine was a must do event. The mix of folks attending was pretty eclectic. We had folks who were living in a structured community (Church Community international), an unstructured community (Weiman Community) and those not living together but seeking to foster community (Alt-Church). A lot of time was spent just being together and sharing stories. Here as an overview of the weekend:
Friday - Everyone had arrived and settled in by late Friday afternoon. After supper we went right to work on the important task of roasting marshmallows and talking around the campfire until around 11 pm.
Saturday - During the day people were swimming, hiking, attending the blueberry festival, napping, hanging out at camp. After supper we had an awesome wild Blueberry dessert made from foraged berries and scrounging. We had a blast singing under the group cover. I laughed myself to tears with Mikes reggae rendition of "I've been working on the railroad".
Sunday - Breakfast in the rain - broke camp in the rain - goodbyes in the rain.
We're looking forward to next ye