Nobody gets to watch the parade.
I love this line from Donald Miller’s “A million miles in a thousand years.” To provide some context, he’s talking about living a full life. Even more than that though, he’s talking about living life like it’s a story. And in every great story the main character, or protagonist, needs to overcome a series of obstacles in order to achieve a goal.
Not watching the parade is pretty much an unwritten rule at Camp Nabby. We’re a summer place for doers. For athletes and adventurers. And as a staff we’re here to encourage and coach and high-five. Our parade lasts 8 weeks and every camper is marching at their own speed and having the time of their life. We wouldn’t have it any other way.