Who knows the way, I know I’ll get lost? He’s got a map, follow them. It’s only 12 miles. Oh, yeah, I remember this cut-off. Here comes the hill; it’s at the bottom. Look at all those cars parked along the road. There’s the house, it looks the same! That’s not the same old carriage-house barn. Oh, no – you say it burned down in 1978? Where are the buildings? Where is the pool? The lawn sure looks nice, but I don’t remember everything being so wooded. Where are the cabins? Where’s the snack bar? Well, it has been more than 40 years since all those buildings would have last been used. Look, the jockey is still there! And there, that’s the original conductor’s cottage; it still looks the same. He said we could go into the old mess hall. The stage is still the same. Wow, there are some of the old plates piled above the old sink! The floor of the mess hall looks so tiny and there aren’t even any tables down there. I want to walk around, everywhere! This is wonderful. That group is going to hike through the woods to find the bandshell. I heard there is poison ivy. My, there are a lot of trees. Can you believe that; it’s the actual pricelist of snackbar stuff; that was on the wall – I remember it. Can we walk across the road to see if we can find the old swimming hole? There used to be lots of split-rail fence. More food is at tables out in the lawn. Look, there’s Dale! Isn’t that Barb, Mrs. B’s daughter? Let’s wander some more. This is fantastic. It seems like only yesterday. Bob Wadsworth is going to conduct the Camp Song! There are a lot of people here, that’s for sure. There must be 150 champagne glasses on that table! Everyone is gathering over there. Dan made it to the bandshell; he says the roof collapsed and trees are growing out of parts of it. He also found the old vocal rehearsal shack; you say bedsprings were there? Someone is talking about the old days. Cindy, Ian, Nina and Ellen, Dan, more. Joseph talked about lightning bolts sounding during an outdoor performance. You can’t be serious, that’s little Ronnie?! Fred and Dale said friends in the fire department lent Mr. B hoses to tap the water pipes going to Rochester, so Tally-Ho always had super-pure water; good thing nobody found out. Bob and Monica are so great to invite us all to see what is now their property; they are actually glad we’re here. The replica sign that Rich and Sue C. made is fantastic; Monica and Bob love receiving it as a gift. It’s time for the toast to Mr. and Mrs. B. I think I’m going to cry. Oh, boy, he’s playing taps over there. I am crying, but I’m so happy. I agree with what Nina said, “I’m glad this reunion isn’t over yet.” Let’s go slowly back to the car. I don’t want to leave. Wow, that was emotional.