It’s a busy, busy week- new job, working on the house, packing, moving, you get the picture.
But I wanted to share one thing, as belated as it may be (and I hope it’s not too late):
The beloved Adirondack Girl Scout camp that I attended for many summers – and that has been around for 70 years- is at risk of being closed.
Camp Little Notch has been among the very special places in my life– and the lives of so many other women and girls.
For more information on the history of the camp, the issues at hand, the enormous movement that has been working to keep this amazing piece of land in the hands of the Girl Scouts of Northeastern New York, and to add your support to keeping Little Notch open, visit
And media folks, if you’re listening: please consider covering this story. This is a story of love and friendship, nature and inspiration, of helping girls grow strong, and the power of place. And, sadly, it’s the story of the economy and the choices that have to be made. It’s a story worth telling.