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Camp Logton: Part One

       Emma stared out the window of her family's limousine into the rainy, lush, green atmosphere of the forest. She saw a clearing between two tall evergreen trees with a hand-carved sign. Maybe her mom was right. Maybe she shouldn't have packed her makeup and nice dresses, signifying she was rich. The limo halted, and the doorman helped her out. She held all her luggage, and then her parents sped away.
     Liana cringed when her parents dropped her off at camp.