Welcome to Camp Nazareth

Welcome to Camp Nazareth
Welcome to Camp Nazareth! This online journal is the official journal of Camp Nazareth Conference and Retreat Center. Over the years, many memories have been made here. Through this journal we hope to share with you the many wonderful moments from the many years at camp!

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Cabin Remodeling at Camp

After the summer 2015 camping season ended, the Loposky family went on a family vacation and it was quite lovely. While they were gone, Father William and Pani Ileana Bennett stayed at the camp to make sure everything at the camp was ok. Of course, everything was fine and the Loposky family returned to camp safe and sound. 

Obviously the Loposky family knew they'd come back to the camp feeling a sense of refreshment from a family vacation. But what they did not realize is that they had an incredible surprise waiting for them at home. 

For those of you who don't know, the camp is undergoing a huge cabin renovation/expansion project. And over the course of past months, debates and conversations over the design of the cabins have taken place. Everything from size, to shape, to color, and so on. Some people agree on certain things, and some people disagree on certain things. The bottom line is that the camp is diligently working toward something that the majority of people will be in favor of. 

So, back to Father and Pani Bennett. While the Loposky family were gone on vacation, Father and Pani Bennett took the liberty of constructing a model of what they think the new cabins should look like. To say the least, it's quite impressive what they came up with. Everything from colors used, to layout, to functionality and safety was taken into consideration. 

Using only thousands of lego pieces, Fr and Pani Bennett did what no camp sitters have ever done before: They thought outside the box to come up with an innovative and revolutionary cabin system that no camp has ever seen before. 

Take note of the moat around the cabin, featuring a beautiful yellow-brick gateway. Observe the satellite dish in the upper right hand corner of the cabin, which will allow for effortless streaming of church music and other Orthodox things. Observe the multiple outdoor staircases to ensure safety in the event of needing to quickly evacuate the cabin. 

This is the front section of the cabin where cabin talks take place.

This is the inner courtyard of the cabin. This is to ensure privacy, safety and the ability to stargaze without leaving the cabin. Take note of the balcony and decor of the entire environment.

So this is it. What do you think?!

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