Camp’s year-round family has just grown exponentially! If you’re wondering who might pick up the phone next time you call, it may not be Kona, Katie, Lucy or Buzz (camp’s furry canines), but you will hear one of our cheery voices:
(Ranked in order of Mario Kart Wii scores)
Casey Davis, Friend and frequent visitor
Surprisingly skilled Mario Kart player, a force of joy and energy, rice and beans chef, creative genius behind many CLC videos (watch for them on the blog!)
Ian McLeland, Assistant Director
Running 11-year loyalty to CLC, inspired thespian, avid Kindle reader, Subi owner, s’more eating champion of the world.
Tim Holzworth, Assistant Director
Always fights bears, married to Jasmine, likes to do things outside, P90X champion, may or may not love Kona more than his wife.
Nathan Bowen (aka Nabo), Director
The boss-man, Subi owner, coffee connoisseur, awesome 80s mix compiler, fruity ice cream lover, reddest bearded man on the mountain, often confused for Aquabeard.
Winner of best camo wardrobe at CLC, handyman extreme, best stocked freezer of meat, self-proclaimed fishing nut who loves being in the woods, animal lover.
Jasmine Holzworth, Marketing Assistant
Currently the only “lady” at camp, extreme nostril flare-er, been at CLC in one form or another for 16 years, now resides in Tawanka with her fantastic hubby.
The dogs, as ranked by speed:
Has been clocked at over 25 mph.
Has been known to speed up significantly when food is involved.
Papa and Mama: Tim and Jas
Faster in water than on land, especially when using her windmill tail.
He is the mac daddy of all. He doesn’t need to run.
The truck as ranked by redness:
Now taking name suggestions!
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amazing post. hahaha
BERNARD. it means “bold as a bear”
…that’s all I have right now. :]
What’s a Subi? Have I been away from CLC that long? =)
I like Bernard for the truck. Definitely looks bear-like to me.
Subi = Subaru, the car.
Nabo and Ian both have one, and call them Subis =)
Rufus – a biblical name meaning red hair or red
Lootah – Sioux indian name meaning red
or how bout Fred – as in Firetruck RED.
oooh Rufus, we like! Also like the Sioux name to tie in with the teepees and council fire. Thanks!
Haha I searched Native American “red” names too, and saw Lootah…
I’m a Subi owner and I didn’t even know it!
Yeah for the new truck. I’ve always been of the boring school of using obvious names for vehicles like say “Red Truck”.