More people showing up, some board games have begun to be played. The Copic family are apparently intense board-gaming fiends. Interesting to see white-haired grammas mulling over what's the most strategically prudent thing to do during the builder phase in Puerto Rico. Kathy's brother showed me a game he designed called Traitor, which I liked a lot. Much like Tigris & Euphrates there is some play to who controls which pieces as the game goes on. It's also I think well-calibrated as to how much luck matters.
At night there was good ol'-fashioned music-making and ghost stories around the campfire. There were plenty of great musicians to listen to; tom7 performed the awesome camp theme song he wrote, and Jeff Solomon played a few of his songs, and the the huge pile of guitars in the audience broke out into whatever familiar tunes they could remember as they came up. Fun, fun, fun.