The Tosebo E-Mail Chronicles

Marc

Hunkered Down for the Duration
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#1
The following are some e-mails which have passed back and forth. They are not in any particular order, but a few recent ones are first. Some may have 'echoed' an earlier so there is some redundancy. Feel free to post responses to anything here.
 
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Marc

Hunkered Down for the Duration
Staff member
Admin
#2
From: "Robert Hausser" <[email protected]>

I know that either Jon, or his brother, Kim, became a counselor when a vacancy was created when the orginal athletic couselor broke his foot during the first week of camp. Can't remember which year, but think it was 1956.

- Bob
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: Robert Hausser
Sent: Monday, May , 02 12:31 PM
Subject: Re: tosebo


Yeah. I don't remember Jon ever being a cabin counselor, although
I';m not quite so positive about that.

Robert Hausser <[email protected]> wrote:

I won't strongly disagree. I know that Jon Sebaly was once my counselor, but I thought that was in 1956 when I was in Cabins 4 & 6. I know his brother, Kim, was my counselor my last year (1958) in Tent 1. As I recall, the tent counselors were responsible for two adjoining tents, and slept in one of them.

- Bob
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: Robert Hausser
Sent: Monday, May , 02 12:13 PM
Subject: Re: tosebo


That, my boy, may have been the summer of 1957. Actually, I think I was a JC or a CIT. Your real counselor, I think, was Jon Sebaly. And remember, there were only four to a tent.

Robert Hausser <[email protected]> wrote:

Au Contrare! I have a picture of you, Me, Dick Isom, Terry Larson, and Termite on the stoop of a tent. Maybe you were just "hogging" into the picture, or tracking sand onto the clean floor of our habitat!

- Bob
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: Robert Hausser
Sent: Monday, May , 02 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: tosebo


Actually, in 1958 I had little kids in Cabin Two (maybe Three) but I don't think I ever was a counselor in the tents. I was too young.

Robert Hausser <[email protected]> wrote:

Larry,

I could not remember your name as I reviewed my photos. I do remember you now (as you were my counselor in Tent 4 in 1958.

My older brother, George Hausser, remembers you well, and your brother(?, Fred. I have a lot of George's collection after a recent visit, that I plan to send to all interested.

This recent correspondence with other "Tosebo-ites" is building quite a group. Let's keep expanding it. We'll appreciate your input.

George has recently called one of his counselor, Tom Crampton, who doesn't appear as interested as all of us are - but we may have caught him off-guard.

George has also been correcting my recollections!!!

You'll find Steve Buckingham at: [email protected]

Much more later -

"Bob "Running Deer" Hausser
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: [email protected]
Sent: Monday, May , 02 11:02 AM
Subject: tosebo

Robert

I' ve been reading your recollections of Camp Tosebo, which don't entirely agree with mine (I was there from 1952-59), but you certainly do seem to recall quite a bit. Do you know how to get in touch with Steve Buckingham by any chance?

LM
Lawrence Meyer
2-244-2661
 

Marc

Hunkered Down for the Duration
Staff member
Admin
#3
From: "Robert Hausser" [email protected]
To: "Steve Buckingham" [email protected],
"Lawrence Meyer" [email protected]

Subject: Re: tosebo
Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 12:03:48 -0600

Larry,

I could not remember your name as I reviewed my photos. I do remember you now (as you were my counselor in Tent 4 in 1958.

My older brother, George Hausser, remembers you well, and your brother(?, Fred. I have a lot of George's collection after a recent visit, that I plan to send to all interested.

This recent correspondence with other "Tosebo-ites" is building quite a group. Let's keep expanding it. We'll appreciate your input.

George has recently called one of his counselor, Tom Crampton, who doesn't appear as interested as all of us are - but we may have caught him off-guard.

George has also been correcting my recollections!!!

You'll find Steve Buckingham at: [email protected]

Much more later -

"Bob "Running Deer" Hausser
----- Original Message -----20
From: Lawrence Meyer20
To: [email protected]20
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2002 11:02 AM
Subject: tosebo

Robert

I' ve been reading your recollections of Camp Tosebo, which don't entirely agree with mine (I was there from 1952-59), but you certainly do seem to recall quite a bit. Do you know how to get in touch with Steve Buckingham by any chance?

Lawrence Meyer
 

Marc

Hunkered Down for the Duration
Staff member
Admin
#4
From: "Robert Hausser" <[email protected]>
To: "Lawrence Meyer" <[email protected]>

Subject: Re: tosebo
Date: Mon, 20 May 2002 12:17:32 -0600

Au Contrare! I have a picture of you, Me, Dick Isom, Terry Larson, and
Termite on the stoop of a tent. Maybe you were just "hogging" into the
picture, or tracking sand onto the clean floor of our habitat!

- Bob
----- Original Message -----20
From: Lawrence Meyer20
To: Robert Hausser20
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2002 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: tosebo


Actually, in 1958 I had little kids in Cabin Two (maybe Three) but I don't think I ever was a counselor in the tents. I was too young.20

Robert Hausser <[email protected]> wrote:20

Larry,

I could not remember your name as I reviewed my photos. I do remember you now (as you were my counselor in Tent 4 in 1958.

My older brother, George Hausser, remembers you well, and your brother(?, Fred. I have a lot of George's collection after a recent visit, that I plan to send to all interested.

This recent correspondence with other "Tosebo-ites" is building quite a group. Let's keep expanding it. We'll appreciate your input.

George has recently called one of his counselor, Tom Crampton, who doesn't appear as interested as all of us are - but we may have caught him off-guard.

George has also been correcting my recollections!!!

You'll find Steve Buckingham at: [email protected]

Much more later -

"Bob "Running Deer" Hausser
----- Original Message -----20
From: Lawrence Meyer20
To: [email protected]20
Sent: Monday, May 20, 2002 11:02 AM
Subject: tosebo


Robert

I' ve been reading your recollections of Camp Tosebo, which don't entirely agree with mine (I was there from 1952-59), but you certainly do seem to recall quite a bit. Do you know how to get in touch with Steve Buckingham by any chance?

LM
 

Marc

Hunkered Down for the Duration
Staff member
Admin
#5
From: "Robert Hausser" [email protected]
To: "Lawrence Meyer" [email protected]

Subject: Re: tosebo
Date: Mon, May 02 12:39:37 -0600

I won't strongly disagree. I know that Jon Sebaly was once my counselor, but I thought that was in 1956 when I was in Cabins 4 & 6. I know his brother, Kim, was my counselor my last year (1958) in Tent 1. As I recall, the tent counselors were responsible for two adjoining tents, and slept in one of them.

- Bob
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: Robert Hausser
Sent: Monday, May , 02 12:13 PM
Subject: Re: tosebo


That, my boy, may have been the summer of 1957. Actually, I think I was a JC or a CIT. Your real counselor, I think, was Jon Sebaly. And remember, there were only four to a tent.

Robert Hausser [email protected] wrote:

Au Contrare! I have a picture of you, Me, Dick Isom, Terry Larson, and Termite on the stoop of a tent. Maybe you were just "hogging" into the picture, or tracking sand onto the clean floor of our habitat!

- Bob
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: Robert Hausser
Sent: Monday, May , 02 12:03 PM
Subject: Re: tosebo


Actually, in 1958 I had little kids in Cabin Two (maybe Three) but I don't think I ever was a counselor in the tents. I was too young.

Robert Hausser [email protected] wrote:

Larry,

I could not remember your name as I reviewed my photos. I do remember you now (as you were my counselor in Tent 4 in 1958.

My older brother, George Hausser, remembers you well, and your brother(?, Fred. I have a lot of George's collection after a recent visit, that I plan to send to all interested.

This recent correspondence with other "Tosebo-ites" is building quite a group. Let's keep expanding it. We'll appreciate your input.

George has recently called one of his counselor, Tom Crampton, who doesn't appear as interested as all of us are - but we may have caught him off-guard.

George has also been correcting my recollections!!!

You'll find Steve Buckingham at: [email protected]

Much more later -

"Bob "Running Deer" Hausser
----- Original Message -----
From: Lawrence Meyer
To: [email protected]
Sent: Monday, May , 02 11:02 AM
Subject: tosebo


Robert

I' ve been reading your recollections of Camp Tosebo, which don't entirely agree with mine (I was there from 1952-59), but you certainly do seem to recall quite a bit. Do you know how to get in touch with Steve Buckingham by any chance?

LM
 
M

Murdoch Campbell

#6
Cabin 4

Bob, I'm just reading this thread and note you mention living in cabin 4 in 1956 and thought that Kim Seably was your cabin counselor. I don't think so. I too was a cabin 4 resident in 1956--so we must have been mates. Jim Larson and Termite also lived in cabin 4 and I think maybe Robin Kelmenson. Kim was not the counselor--I don't think he even came to Tosebo until 1957.
 
H

hausser

#7
1956 Cabins

Doc,

My first year was in 1956, and my first half (of 7 weeks) was spent in Cabin #4, and moved to Cabin #6 at mid-summer. I think Jon Sebaly was my counselor that summer, and you're right, Kim started the following year after the athletics counselor broke his foot.

I remember Jon making me return to Cabin 3 late one night to re-make the cots of Steve and Termite after I had "short sheeted" them earlier in the day. I would assume that some of the Cabin 3 campers moved "up" into Cabin 4 after we vacated it.

- Bob
 
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