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Updated 1 July 2017
One thing that was never planned, but does occur at every camp out, are the friendships that are built. Every one, no matter what part of Texas they are from, or what state they are from, all share the common bonds of being gay, and are living with HIV/AIDS — or are directly affected by HIV/AIDS, such as a partner. Being out in the country is very relaxing and sets people at ease.
A few campers walking down a trail may be talking about social services in their city. Another group may be reminiscing “the good old days”. It is very comforting to all that “THEY” are not alone in their struggle with HIV/AIDS but they are a part of a bigger “WE”.
We provide all meals. Snacks and other foods are available all weekend for those who may want them, or may need to have them when they take medications. We provide nonalcoholic beverages. We allow BYOB, and campers must drink responsibly.