Here’s a camp memory from George Sundel. Have one to share? Use the contact form to let us know.
The counselors would take us out after dark with bats, clubs and cotton laundry bags. They told us a Snipe was part bird and part animal. One of them would start screaming and yelling for all of us to come to him. When we got there he had something in a laundry bag (probably a big round rock) We would all hit the bag, thinking we were killing the dreaded Snipe. You could tell anything to a kid in those days. It was exciting and scary.
Hello Campers! Here’s a surprise for you – Bob Ganz (1955-1963) provided this Yearbook from Delawaxen 1957 and we want to share it with you!
Have some other memorabilia/photos/stores to share? Let us know by leaving a comment below.
Son of the Camp Owners, Les Liman, has provided some camp photos from his archives. Have some comments on these photos? Leave them below. Have your own photos to share? Let us know!
We’re starting this site to try to bring together some photos and stories of our time at camp – have a story or photo to share? Use the links to the right to register for the site to post your story or contact us directly if you’d like to chat first.
We look forward to hearing your stories!
Barbara Liman Cohen & Les Liman
(daughter and son of Babe and Pearl Liman)
Have some stories to share? Either comment on the post below or send us your information and we’ll re-post it for others to comment on. Have photos to share? Let us know and we’ll contact you on how to send them to us.