One of the best thing about summer break as a kid would definitely be summer camp every year. It was only for a week although I waited in anticipation daily until it was time to leave, excited to reunite with old friends and counselors from the previous year and meet new people. I loved the swimming, hiking, crafts, and group-based activities we did. The camp I went around to even had a rock climbing wall, zipline, and obstacle course for the older campers which were all a thrilling time. There were a number with cabins, for both the girls and boys, and the cabins were put into different teams that competed with each other at the end of the week within a big camp-wide game of capture the flag. There was a slight problem within that one year though, when the air conditioner inside the cabin I was in collapsed. The cabin had an AC wall unit that suddenly stopped working halfway through the week. The counselors attempted to consider and repair the broken air conditioning unit but they also couldn’t figure out what the problem was. The camp policy wouldn’t let us stay in a cabin without cooling so my group would have to be split up and put into whatever cabin had an available bed, so I was separated from all the friends I had made. Through the time the capture the flag game came around they realized the teams would be uneven thanks to the mix up brought on by the broken AC, but by the time this occurred we had grown accustomed to our new groups. In the end we were sent back to the original teams we were on, with some people complaining, but we ended up winning!