Every summer, CHB holds three 16-day sessions with 100 campers per session.
Campers range in age from seven to 15, with older kids able to return as Counselors-in-Training and Junior Counselors.
On the outskirts of Jackson, she exits the highway, passes a few outlet stores, then zips across a nearly vacant parking lot towards a row of cars with a dozen people clustered in front.
These are True North’s most trusted canine foster parents.
She wants to be on the road by afternoon, but Hobby still has travel certificates to file and vaccination records to gather.
What’s more, one of her Maine quarantine stations hasn’t returned her calls, leaving her to wonder just where she will deliver several of her dogs.
CHB counselors and staff come from all over the world, bringing their unique cultures and experiences to share.
After an intensive week of training, staff live and work together for the 10-week summer season, building lasting friendships, learning valuable skills and creating unforgettable memories.
Hobby lines each of them with linens, then adds metal water bowls.
In the remaining cargo space, she stashes supplies she’ll need between here and Maine: huge bins of puppy food, rolls of industrial garbage bags, boxes of latex gloves, and a whole pharmacy’s worth of veterinary meds.