Unalayee Blues (PBJ Means Peanut Butter & Jelly).
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UNALAYEE, in all its splendor, remains a TREASURE, of unparalleled proportions. A hope~ there does exist, but it must be sought. atop 1 of . merica's final remaining tranquil & unchartered Utopias aka Trinity Alps bka Elysian Fields. Please: donate time, money, equipment, tools or anything useful to the non-profit organization. An indication of infinite familial principals it's built upon
Camp Unalayee Association. General Contact Info. Camp Unalayee Assn 3921 East Bayshore Palo Alto, CA 94303. Description: A wilderness backpacking summer camp for campers age 10-17. Located in the th National Forest in northern California, west of Mount Shasta. Consists of one 9-day program and two 15-day programs. Children live in coed groups consisting of eight campers to two counselors, working together to deal with the essential tasks of living in a primitive environment. Backpacking is an integral part of camp life. Unalayee is a multi-cultural camp. We also offer some financial assistance.
00, please complete and submit this form and a letter from your camper as to why he/she would like to attend the camp. Please return the application and letter to the address listed at the bottom of this form by February 26, 2016. We will notify you by March 9, 2016, as to whether or not your application was selected.
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Photo via Camp Unalayee. Since 1949, Camp Unalayee in Callahan, CA, has been sending campers out into the wilderness for an experience based on the writings of John Muir and Henry David Thoreau, teaching them that there's more to the world than sitting in front of the television all summer. The backpacking-based program groups kids into small groups - called tribes - and relies on a combination of in-camp activities and overnight hiking trips where "lifelong friendships start and grow, and a love and respect for nature reveals itself or deepens.
|A2||One Fine Night (Reunion '63)|
Written-By – Matt Kaaya
|A4||Long John (Primitive)
Written-By – Chester McColl
Written-By – Traditional
|A9||Unalayee Blues (PBJ Means Peanut Butter & Jelly)|
Leader [Led By] – John Mangrum
Featuring [With] – John Mangrum
|B3||Do Unto Others (Reunion '63)
Written-By – Andy Andersen
Written By – Willie, Katy, Hilary, RE
|B6||No Man Is An Island (Reunion '63)|
Written By – Andy And Alan