October
2008
Historic Sites Around Onekama Onekama
2nd Grade

The old Camp Tosebo boathouse.  This building was used
 to store all the watercraft.

 

Camp Tosebo
by Hope

Camp Tosebo was a camp for boys.  At camp Tosebo, the boys did archery, fishing, boating, sailing, and swimming.  The boys and staff got to camp Tosebo by boat, car, bus or train.  There were plays.  They stayed in cabins.  The boys did horseback riding.

 

Camp Tosebo
by Ben

Camp Tosebo was a summer camp for boys.  The boys did archery, fishing, boating, swimming, ceremonies, plays and ball games.  The boys and staff got to Camp Tosebo by boat, car, bus and train.  The bys luggage was stored in a trunk house.  The boys swam, and went n their boats on Portage lake.  This sounds like fun!

Campers made crafts here.

Camp Tosebo
By Samantha

Camp Tosebo wasa  boys camp.  At camp Tosebo, the boys did swimming, Indian ceremonies, and fishing.  The boys and staff got to go camp Tosebo by boat, car, train, or bus.  There were girls there too.  There were six girls. 

We saw the Interlochen Cottage.  It was by Benís house. We at at Camp Tosebo Boat House.  We had a picture.  I hope we go again. ~Trent

Camp Tosebo
by Hope

Camp Tosebo was a camp for boys.  At camp Tosebo, the boys did archery, fishing, boating, sailing, and swimming.  The boys and staff got to camp Tosebo by boat, car, bus or train.  There were plays.  They stayed in cabins.  The boys did horseback riding.

The entrance of Camp Tosebo.  HO!

The Portage Point Inn is in Portage Point. 
I hope that we can go there again.   ~Nolan

The grand columns of the Portage Point Inn.  It looked like the White House. We felt grand.

I could see the Portage Point inn. 
We saw the old truck. ~Morley

Lauren overlooks the channel, hand-dug by men, linking Portage Lake to Lake Michigan.  Not in the picture, is the Interlochen Cottage, the boarding house where the men stayed.

I had a good time.  We ate there.  ~Kelsey

 The Tosebo Clubhouse.  This is where the boys ate their meals.

We saw the Interlochen Cottage.  It was by Benís house. We ate at Camp Tosebo Boat House.  We had a picture.  I hope we go again.   ~Trent

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