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Saturday, July 30, 2016

What goes to band camp must come home

Last Sunday


Yesterday, marching in from the buses in the parking lot.


Our trumpeter:
middle row, third from the field.


We can still see her!
Third row, sixth from left!


There are some old friends here, too.
Joe, first row, fourth from left.
Liam, first row, 13th from left.


And today, two ibuprofen and a heating pad for a sore back.

Emily took all the pictures on her phone. These kids move too fast for me.

19 comments:

  1. Lovely. The discipline and enjoyment are wonderful!

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  2. Love to see a band like this. Sounds like camp was a hit.

    Betty

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  3. Hari OM
    Welcome home Laura!!! Wish I could've heard this too... Nicely captured Emily. looking smart, the lot of them. YAM xx

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  4. The photos turned out great! A week flies by.

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  5. Band camp is an alien culture to me. Love the photos.
    Your back or hers? Either way, I hope it is feeling much, much better.

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  6. I hope she had a great time. What an experience.

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  7. All of my siblings absolutely loved band camp!

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  8. That is some big marching band!

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  9. Joanne -- How I love to hear high school bands playing on the field. Brings back so many memories. How nice that you are keeping track of the kids on the field :). I would never be able to march with them let alone march and play an instrument! -- barbara

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  10. I just about went cross-eyed trying to spot Laura in there.
    Hope her back is much better by now.

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  11. WOW, didn't have band camp in my day-but then my band wasn't like this. wonderful .

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  12. I'm thinking those kids learn a lot more than playing an instrument at that camp... looks to me like a great experience!

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  13. Enjoyed the photos even if I couldn't pick her out.

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  14. David used to play the clarinet in the high school and university bands at football and basketball games. Lots of fun.

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  15. I wouldlove this kinda thing in the uk

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  16. That looks very impressing! Hope your back is better by now.

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  17. I think all we need to do is look for the tiniest one there :)

    I hope she had a good time, and that your back feels better soon.

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    1. Oops, I commented, THEN read your reply to Elephant's Child, above. I hope Laura's back feels better soon!

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