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Attention Campers! Camp Hypoxia is now open. As you know, we've had some problems this year. After cracks were found in the foundations of several buildings at Camp Climate Change, our inspectors determined that the structural damage was irreparable and recommended we abandon the camp. It took us a while to find a new site, but we believe that the new Camp Hypoxia will provide all the amenities we are accustomed to, and even more.

As usual, Counselor Marx will be available to answer all your questions during the transition, and to make recommendations on activities and social functions. He will also be a huge help to us in the new advertising campaigns. While Camp Hypoxia is now open, many of the barracks as well as the main stage and beach facilities are still under construction. For this reason, your accommodations may be a little sparse for a while, and the activity calendar will be limited. But we expect to be in full swing by next year. Here's to a wonderful 2009 and beyond!

Those of you wishing to remain at Camp Climate Change during the transition may do so, but be aware that most of the facilities are being held together basically with duct tape and baling wire. While we believe that, with diligent repair and patching by our dedicated maintenance staff and outside contractors, they will remain functional until Camp Hypoxia is fully operational, there may be temporary outages. We will attempt to keep the activity calendar in full swing, weather permitting, but we cannot guarantee sufficient attendance at any event for it to remain viable.

A final note, those who procrastinated in renewing your ID cards after the recent name change, and still have your "Camp Warming" branded cards, these will be honored at Camp Hypoxia, but in the future you will be given only 30 days to have your card reissued. Good luck and happy camping!

EDIT: Forgot to hat tip Stevo, commenting over at Warren's other place



Posted by RWW at Thursday, August 21, 2008 06:50 AM

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