Mother and Daughter Start a Great Family Tradition at Wolf Ridge!

Best part of the week, besides sharing this time together? No hesitation on Katie’s part — “the ropes course!” The story has an interesting twist. Katie’s mom, Meggin, was one of the first kids to sleep in the then-new West Dorm as a 6th grader back in 1988. This year, they are among the first to stay in the remodeled version of that same dorm, now called the Margaret A. Cargill (MAC) Lodge. The best part of my day? Watching them tell the story of their adventures together! International Spanish Language Academy

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