It was a summer of watermelon salads and soba on the porch. A summer of late nights and early morning commutes, of picnics and potlucks at sunset, of afternoons spent at at the lake and impulsive weekend trips.
Here is your guide to enjoying Camp Tufts.
Try out new recipes.
Impulsively cross state lines and end up spending an afternoon exploring Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Eat $7 lobster rolls, climb up ladders that lead to rooftops, buy poetry books, and enjoy the sunshine.
Blast the radio on the way home, singing analog to Jesse McCartney and Daughtry on SiriusXM’s ~hits from the 2000’s~ station.
Buy green onions, soba noodles and soba sauce from H Mart and proceed to bring soba to every single potluck you attend (so simple yet so delicious!).
Order two $5 pizzas to the lake. Make sure to eat at least one of them before a dog runs by and steps on one of the pizzas.
Cook a feast for brunch on the 4th of July (to which all of your friends will show up late).
Sublet at a house with a balcony (or find friends who have one), and deck it out with garden lights and free furniture you find at the side of the road.
Have picnics on the Pres Lawn.
… And invite your friends.
Bike to the docks at sunset and bring rosé… only to realize you forgot to bring a cork screw.
Make a last minute decision to spend the weekend in New York City.
Book an airbnb in Brooklyn with a lovely rooftop garden with all kinds of fruits and heirloom tomatoes and a view of the Empire State…
And proceed to eat your way through New York.
Return to Tufts after a whirlwind 26 hours. Realize that even though New York is *New York*, you actually quite like Somerville.