The Camp Echo Lake Trail

Letters from Amy: That Indefinable Something

Posted by on April 21, 2017

As summer approaches my life is punctuated by welcoming new parents and their children into our Echo Lake family.  We have an evening of Q & A.  We have a new camper picnic.  There was a very successful bowling party for newbies, too.  All of…

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Letters From Amy: The Warmth of Visiting Day

Posted by on January 5, 2017

For the first time in my life during this winter vacation I had the opportunity of watching three generations of families in, out, around, standing, sitting, playing and swimming at the huge community pool at my new residence in West Palm Beach.  Everyone was having…

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Letters From Amy: The Echo Lake Connection

Posted by on November 15, 2016

I am sitting at a unique perch of 72 years at Echo Lake.  A lot of ground has passed beneath my feet both literally and also and perhaps more important in form of the human equation. We are refreshed and enlivened by all the campers…

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Letters From Amy: The Echo Lake Connection

Posted by on May 17, 2016

Sometimes the subject of a blog for Camp Echo Lake puzzles me as I wait for inspiration.  This one came to me in a flash.  I was breaking bread with David Prager, a resident of London for about 8 years if I recall correctly.  As…

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Letters from Amy

Posted by on March 8, 2016

While Echo Lake is its own little world it is a reflection, in its way, of issues at play in the larger world outside. These last few months have been very unsettled in our country politically.  Many of us worry at the politicians and government…

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