With a twenty-seven year pedigree of summer bliss, Windells Camp is saluting another summer goodbye. Sunny and sick were the technical terms of 2014, while epic, stoked, and yewh were rotating catchphrases. In homage to summer 14’ please join our alumni campers and staff in remembering a couple highlight moments from every session in this farewell pictogram recap…
Summer commences with the first van arriving at camp.
Counselor AJ Lawson goes more richter at orientation than St. Helens when it blew.
Handplanting the quaterpipe becomes the hottest thing to hit Mt. Hood since the sun.
Coach Eric ollies into Portland’s trendiest “micro” tranny. It’s actually hood river.
Lib Tech gets weird.
Matt chase did a board slide-backflip-boardslide at Snowboy’s Downtown Throwdown Feeders contest.
Campers have fun at the funnest place on earth.
Crazy Karl starts to prove his alias.
Coach Jesse Paul raises funds inch by inch for Neff’s Ollies For Alzheimers.
Even though this camper likes things bloody, we serve our hamburgers it medium-well.
Shawn McIntosh is ranked one of the top pros in the industry, and he is our BMX head coach for following reason.
Windells Snowboard Camp is named after a veteran pro Tim Windell and after 28 years of business he still shreds his park.
Not only is Windells the funnest place on earth, it also houses some of the craziest people on earth. Crazy Karl, again.
Campers get shot all day by GoPro’s for video review, after awhile they need to fight back and unleash a bit of there own ammo.
Summer 14′ is as wrapped up as this crailslide by Nick Peterson during Windells 2nd annual Narly by Nature skate comp.
Our celebrity photographer Erik Hoffman shoots the final camp session recap in 100% film showcasing that Windells and memories made here are timeless.
Although large and generic thank yous can be less than personal, please read the following through a lense of genuine appreciate: Windells sincerely thanks every individual from camper to staff, staff to pro, pro athlete to pro parent for all your participation and support in our summer camp programs. We look forward to making more memories with you in the foreseeable winter and spring camps, as well as the already anticipated summer camps of 2015! Until then…