Two More Jimvids

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Hi there, Jim Ridge has come up with a couple of reflective Mindcamp videos that we’d like to share here. Enjoy! The first is “The Color of the Soul”, a mini-documentary about the artistic process of Russell Thomas, our unofficial painter-in-residence (because nothing is official at Mindcamp). At 10 minutes it’s longer than most YouTube videos but well worth your …

Once Upon an Ambiguity…

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What’s a newbie to do with all the unfamiliar creativity jargon at Mindcamp? Why, make a Mad Lib, of course! Here are a couple of examples. The first was created at breakfast Sunday morning; the second is one of many created on the Camino Friday evening. Enjoy! Thank you Sarah Nichols and Emily Nichols for coming up with the idea …

We Want Your Feedback!

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Mindcamp 2016 participants, if you have any general Mindcamp feedback, we’re listening! Please submit it here. Also, if you did not get a chance to submit your session feedback (the coloured sheets you filled out during Kaleidoscope meetings), please submit it now! Here are some links. Wednesday/Thursday Session Feedback Friday Session Feedback Saturday Session Feedback Sunday Sessions, Mind U and …

Joe

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Last night Mindcampers received the sad news that our beloved Joe Miguez passed away yesterday. A sad, sweet evening, with many of us whose lives he touched walking the labyrinth together. Some tears, murmured memories, and yes, soft laughter as his beautiful presence came and went in each heart. Goodbye sweet, sweet Joe. You will be missed, but with gratitude. …

A Word About WiFi

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S L O W Yep that’s the word. Although there is WiFi at Geneva Park, it is very slow. The public network here supports about 1 Mbps. Compare that to what most city-dwellers are used to: 20 Mbps and greater. Will you need WiFi? Yes! Three reasons: 1. The Mindcamp app (schedule, session descriptions, facility maps, etc.) depends on WiFi …