Camp Woodward 2011

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  1. soa

    soa I'm new. Don't Hurt Me

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    some years they dont have week 12
     
  2. cheergirl630

    cheergirl630 They call me Susie

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    is there anything I should remember to bring lots of or just any "hints" or helpful things that anybody knows of
     
  3. CoachC2

    CoachC2 I nugget in the back

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    If you are new to tumbling you might want to bring some icey hot or biofreeze. I know that some people walk away pretty sore after their first few days
     
  4. alliebby33

    alliebby33 Best Flyer.. on a parent team

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    Don't forget sunscreen! And bug spray. Umm and a hoodie cause sometimes it's cold at night.
     
  5. cheergirl630

    cheergirl630 They call me Susie

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    not new to tumbling but I will probably bring some biofreeze for my back
     
  6. soa

    soa I'm new. Don't Hurt Me

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    i make a list of everything i need to bring!
     
  7. soa

    soa I'm new. Don't Hurt Me

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    this year im typing my packing list haha but i usually write it... and last year it was 6 pages long
     
  8. peytonnmariee

    peytonnmariee Best Flyer.. on a parent team

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    i cant goo....:(
     
  9. soa

    soa I'm new. Don't Hurt Me

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    aw! :/ stalk the pictures and pretend you're there! hahahaa
     
  10. peytonnmariee

    peytonnmariee Best Flyer.. on a parent team

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    got it:)
     
  11. FierceMara

    FierceMara They call me Susie

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    How d
    How do you become a JC?
     
  12. LoveTheBlueAndGreen

    LoveTheBlueAndGreen I nugget in the back

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    I wish I could go! Next year hopefully. :)
     
  13. CoachC2

    CoachC2 I nugget in the back

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    You can find the form online I believe.
     
  14. blingmeup

    blingmeup I shimmy daily

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    Yea, the biggest hint I could give is to *NOT* bring a trunk, although the literature suggests it. There is no place to store a big trunk, and they dont fit in the cubbies. The best thing I've discovered after sending my cp for several years is to bring plastic "drawers" and bins to store clothes and stuff in your cubbies. It is so much more efficient than pulling out a suitcase each time they want to change. I'm posting a pic of what my cps cubby looked like with this setup, and it was a huge success. Here are the dimesions of the plastic drawers and bins. (I actually got these at the Dollar General store, right off Rt 45 in Centre Hall, about 25 mins from Woodward) But they have them ANYWHERE! They were sterilite brand and worked absolutely perfectly. I am actually gonna just pack her stuff in these for the trip there, will make moving in a SNAP! But if you dont, I would recommend unpacking suitcase into bins and taking the suitcase back home with you, there is not really lots of places to store them, plus they dont need it with a drawer and bin setup. After camp, I find good uses for these storage drawers and bins at home!

    Here are the actual measurements:

    Drawers:
    Large Drawers: Total (3) Size: 12 inches wide (L to R); 7 3/4 inches tall (top to bottom) 16 inches deep (front lip to back)
    Small Drawer: Total (1) Size: 8 3/4 inches wide, 6 inches tall, 12 1/2 inches deep

    Bins: (I stacked these on top of the drawers)
    Large Bins: Total (3) Size: 10 1/2 inches wide, 5 inches tall, 13 1/2 inches deep
    Small Bins: Total (2) (I stacked one on top of the other) Size: 7 3/4 inches wide, 4 1/2 inches tall, 11 inches deep

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    Hope this helps everyone!
     
  15. blingmeup

    blingmeup I shimmy daily

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    oops I realized that the BLUE BINS in my picture are different sizes. Let me repost the measurements:

    Large blue bins (2 of them): 13 inches wide (L to R), 6 inches tall (top to bottom), 15 3/4 inches deep (front to back)
    Medium blue bin (1 of them): 10 1/2 inches wide, 5 inches tall, 13 1/2 inches deep
    Small stacked (green ones 2 of them): (2) 7 3/4 inches wide, 4 1/2 inches tall, 11 inches deep