Sunday, 7 June 2015

ANNOUNCEMENT || Camp America 15'





Earlier this week I announced briefly on Twitter that I'd got a job in America and it's time I told you a little more about it. If you've been a follower of this blog from the beginning then you'll know I attended Camp America last year (2014) and had an amazing time you can see what I got up to here. This year I decided to try again and see if I could get another position at a different Camp.
So this year I'm going to work at a Ranch Camp in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and I am so excited and overwhelmed.
My job role will be caring for horses, teaching children how to ride, improving their confidence, experience and skills on horseback. I'll also be mucking out, cleaning tack and general care of the stables. This position is also pretty exciting as although I'll be working with the children I'll be living with the team of counsellors in apartment style living conditions, which is completely different from last year where I lived, ate and was with the kids 24/7. So it will be a completely different experience, it's safe to say I'm extremely excited.
I fly our around the 21st/22nd I'm aiming to continue blogging throughout the experience, I'm thinking of starting a series while I'm out there called Camp America || The Ranch so you can all keep up as I'll have wifi in my living arrangements.
Part two of my journey in America will be visiting Christine, my friend from the An American in Wales series which you can catch up on here. I'll be spending a couple of days in Chapel Hill exploring North Carolina before heading home to hopefully (If I pass my exams) start university, another massive journey and possible blog series. And that concludes this announcement. I hope to bring you all along the way.


What will you be doing this summer?


9 comments:

  1. A lot to be excited about then! I'd love to keep up to date with your Camp America adventures, I know so many people that are doing it this year and I love seeing how much fun they are having. The camp atmosphere just seems incredible. I hope you have an amazing time and good luck with your exam results x

    Amanda / Amanda's Escape

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  2. Gosh - congratulations! This is going to be an amazing experience for you, and I'm super envious that you get to work with horses, they're so majestic! A friend of mine flies over each year to work in theatre camps and he loves it - I might try next year. I'm really looking forward t seeing what you post from America - have a great time x

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  3. Oooooh, have fun! My friend did a Camp America thing last year and he LOVED it. And good luck with your exam results, I'm sure you'll do great!

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  4. Congratulations Ffion! I'm sure you'll have an amazing time and I hope everything goes swimmingly for you! Well done <3 xxx

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  5. Yay! It sounds like you're going to have so much fun. I'm excited about your new series because I love outdoor adventurous things x

    -Wildfire Charm

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  6. congrats Ffion! It all sounds very exciting! Looking forward to reading your posts xx

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  7. Woah, this is amazing. One of my university friends went to Camp America last year and again this year and I'm pretty jealous. I'm sure you'll have an awesome time! :)

    Sarah / Sarah Smiles

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  8. This sounds like so much fun, i was thinking of doing this myself, hope you have a wonderful time! xo
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  9. Oooooh, that sounds like so much fun! My friend applied for Camp America and she got placed in New York (?) I think. I can't wait to read about your experience this year! :D

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