Day 44: Fri-dab?

By Red Giuliano Today is my last day writing the blog for all of you avid readers. It’s been an amazing job – getting to tell the stories of every Apogee trip this summer for curious friends and family members. I wanted to end my blog writing responsibilities on a high note today, so I… Read more »

Day 43: Theme-less Thursday

Today, our blog does not have a theme. I am embracing a post-modern blog style and letting go of the traditional notion of an overarching theme. Rather than uniting every Apogee trip in the universe with a common blog theme, we should embrace the fact that the individual notions and ideologies participants carry shape the… Read more »

Day 42: One touch of nature makes the whole world kin

One touch of nature makes the whole world kin. -William Shakespeare William Shakespeare dominated the writing scene from 1564 until his death in 1616. Including developing what is arguably the greatest writing career ever, my good friend Bill is responsible for an incredibly large quantity of expressions, phrases, and snide remarks. Throughout this blog, I… Read more »

Day 41: I Spy…

We here at Apogee are a huge fan of games. Camp games, card games, frisbee games, thinking games… You name it! As such, we thought it appropriate to dedicate today’s blog to a game that many of us played as children. Read on to play along (and bring your best glasses). Skip to a Specific… Read more »