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Chris Bashaw, Assistant Editor
1:39 pm PDT July 15, 2014

After having the fortune to meet and interview Rich Lawson and Ray Humphrey, who respectively instructed the surfing and flag-football camps this summer, I took some time to reflect on the kinds of summer camps I went to as a child and what I got out of them.

The one that I remember most was held out of Mission Viejo High School, which operated a small farm and agricultural program. The summer camp was called “Barnyard and Hoof Prints,” and I’m still amazed I remember that much to this day.