In April 2014, sitting on a scratchy couch, I call the campground. My cousin Joe answers it, at the house. Donna is out but calls me back within minutes. When I go back for the first time, there is a blue tub and a baby's playpen full of baby ducks in the front yard. The store is the same. Tent Road is no longer Tent Road, and there are cabins now. The bath house is the same. The pool is the same.

25 duotone black and white images
Foil stamp softcover / 8.75 x 12 inches / 52 pages
Elementary Press, 2018
Numbered edition of 50
Design Maria Arenas

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