Kamp Kawkawa: Browse The Strips


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Originally Run: 1988-08-11
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Originally Run: 1988-08-12
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Monday August 14, 2017

Lynn's Comments: Every one of us can go back in time to remember a perfect starry night. Maybe it was on a camping trip or maybe on the edge of a city; looking up at the stars never gets boring, never gets old. How do you describe a perfect starry night? The over-used word "awesome" genuinely belongs here.
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Originally Run: 1988-08-13
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Originally Run: 1988-08-15
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Wednesday August 16, 2017

Lynn's Comments: This is me at the age of 9 or 10. I was the class clown. I remember a teacher using that old cliché: "We're not laughing at you, we're laughing with you." and I wanted to say, "No! I want you to laugh AT me!" I often thought kids hung with me because I was the one most likely to take a dare, break the rules, and get myself in trouble. I guess I was. It was a way to be where the action was!
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Originally Run: 1988-08-16
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Thursday August 17, 2017

Lynn's Comments: I got a lot of mail on this one. There are a lot of lonely people out there. In school, surrounded by people my own age, I considered myself lonely.
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Originally Run: 1988-08-17
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Friday August 18, 2017

Lynn's Comments: The old adage, "misery loves company" described some of my early friendships. I gravitated to the kids who were on the outside looking in. We weren't exactly misfits…we thought we were misunderstood.
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Originally Run: 1988-08-18
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Saturday August 19, 2017

Lynn's Comments: Michael in the strip and my son in real life were named for a school friend - Michael VadeBoncoeur was destined to become a comedy writer. He eventually wrote for the CBC and created blackout comedy skits for places like Yuk Yuk’s in Toronto.
About This Strip:
Originally Run: 1988-08-19
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About This Strip:
Originally Run: 1988-08-20
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About This Strip:
Originally Run: 1988-08-22
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About This Strip:
Originally Run: 1988-08-23
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Thursday August 24, 2017

Lynn's Comments: These drawings were done before I began to pay real attention to anatomy. Check out the length of the kids’ arms. In real life their bodies would be impossibly long! As someone who once did anatomical drawings for a living, this surprises me!
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Originally Run: 1988-08-24
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Originally Run: 1988-08-25
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Saturday August 26, 2017

Lynn's Comments: I remember my first kiss. It was in Teddy D’s attic. He and Joanne K and Terry M and myself were playing spin the bottle. When the bottle matched me up with Terry, we leaned forward and kissed on the lips. I remember the feeling. It was fast, dry, and his upper lip was really fuzzy.
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Originally Run: 1988-08-26
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About This Strip:
Originally Run: 1988-08-27
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