Camp Rockhill - "Health & Happiness in the Highlands"
Source:Ilene Goldman LitzAfter my first year of college, fellow thespians from the Central High School dramatics club, talked me into being a counselor at an overnight camp.
It was a co-ed camp. It was the summer of Woodstock, 1969.
It was the summer man first set foot on the Moon. It was 47 miles from Philadelphia; in the woods. It was a twenty-four hours a day job for eight weeks. Pay wasn't so good when you divided it by 1,344 work hours.
Source:Ilene Goldman Litz
I did have a room that I shared with just ten eight-nine year olds
and another counselor. The building was the shape of the letter H.
Our bunk was connected with the ten/eleven year olds bunk and
their two counselors, by a doorless shower room and four toilets.
Privacy didn't exist in the bunks.