In the intervening quarter century some things have changed at the camp. Perhaps most noticeably was the passing of one of the camps founders, K.L. Higgins a few years ago. There were a few other changes -- such as the creation of ensembles for the piano and guitar students, and the fact that some of the guitar students were playing electric bass -- and a few new buildings.
Perhaps the most interesting part of the visit was when my sister took me over to make sure that I was introduced, or at least reintroduced, to Wanda Higgins, K.L.'s widow and the other camp founder, who had just celebrated her 84th birthday. When my sister mentioned that I'd been a camper there twenty-some years before, Wanda looked at me and said "I think I remember you." And, I believe her.