A new voice on the Blog scene…and a new Planet with water?!
Hey Caribouinians, Caribouites, Caribou Nation–
How is everybody doing?! Hope all is well! This is Lori 🙂 — Rotman and I thought we’d mix it up a little bit and take turns Blogging. I’m very excited as this is my first ever Blog post and hopefully it’ll be the first of many.. So, I thought I’d just give you a quick update as to what’s going on in the office here..we’ve been really busy! Bill has been back and forth from New York City, Westchester, NY and New Jersey seeing lots of potential families. We’ll have some awesome new Caribou kids to bring into “the circle” this summer.
Current campers, keep your eyes on the mail because you should be expecting a little something for the New Year from us pretty soon! It’s been a beautiful day here in Wayland today, it feels like an early spring day..so mild and strange for December, but I’ll take it! Rotman is sad because he loves the snow and is keeping his fingers crossed for some good skiing weather, but I’m the opposite and I’m hoping the snow just forgets about us this winter.. I’m really not looking forward to digging my car out! Despite the warm weather, Rotman is still skiing the East.. he was up at Killington Mountain this past weekend and although there was hardly any snow, he still had a great time in the beautiful scenery and is looking forward to more ski trips this winter. Last year, he ran into Caribou camper Ryan Silverstein on the slopes!
So, the last thing I want to mention today is about the article I just read about the Planet that could have water on it.. I find space and the universe so interesting.. I think about it a lot when I’m up at Camp, and the night sky is so bright and full of stars..it really makes you feel small in the world..but in a good way! Isn’t this a beautiful picture of the Caribou night sky that Neil Coffey took?? He’s so talented, check out his own website. Read the Planet article that this links to above, it’s pretty cool stuff. So, thanks for reading..I’ll be back soon! 🙂