Some articles on camp, camp mystery, mystery:
... Title Date Publisher Illustrator CK1 The Crisis In Camp Keema 1928 Chambers Percy Tarrant CK2 Peggy and The Brotherhood 1936 R.T.S./G.O.P ... g not credited CK3 The Camp Mystery 1932 Collins †g not credited CK4 The Abbey Girls Play Up also part of the main Abbey Series The Camp Keema Series introduces Maribel Ritchie (later ... The first two books in this series, Crisis in Camp Keema and Peggy and the Brotherhood, are set in a fictionalised Worthing, Sussex ...
... hot fudge, pancakes with ham and potatoes (Mystery Item/shared with Tom) Frank Hoagie sandwich (shared with Teresa) Kim J ... with mashed potaoes and mixed vegetables (Mystery Item) Kim P ... Hoagie sandwich (shared with Frank) Tom Cold beer, pancakes with ham and potatoes (Mystery Item/shared with Ethan) Immunity Challenge Along the perimeter of an ...
Famous quotes containing the words mystery and/or camp:
“What if we fail to stop the erosion of cities by automobiles?... In that case America will hardly need to ponder a mystery that has troubled men for millennia: What is the purpose of life? For us, the answer will be clear, established and for all practical purposes indisputable: The purpose of life is to produce and consume automobiles.”
—Jane Jacobs (b. 1916)
“A healthy man, with steady employment, as wood-chopping at fifty cents a cord, and a camp in the woods, will not be a good subject for Christianity. The New Testament may be a choice book to him on some, but not on all or most of his days. He will rather go a-fishing in his leisure hours. The Apostles, though they were fishers too, were of the solemn race of sea-fishers, and never trolled for pickerel on inland streams.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)