Blue Team Victory!

Wow! It’s a late night, folks! The blue team took home the win in this year’s Pioneer Days, but it’s the journey not the destination which we celebrate over here!

This morning we participated in flagpole activities (lemon sucking, seed spitting, butter churning and so much more) followed by rope burn! This afternoon brought individual activities including meal (cooked over an open fire in our campsites), campsite, archery, adventure and more!

We hope you’ve watched our Week 6 recap highlighting these amazing days!

And check out last night’s cheer, dance and quartet!

Tomorrow we’ll post tonight’s amazing night of song and the presentation of banner. It really was a beautiful night without a dry eye in sight. We just don’t want these beginnings of the end. We just don’t want to leave our happiest place.

Let’s all get a good night’s sleep, since tomorrow and Tuesday bring our final two days of regular schedule, and we can’t wait. We’re making every moment count.

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Pioneer Days 2023: Day Two!

Hey, Swifties!

It’s been another awesome day here at camp, the second of three Pioneer Days down the winding road. Today, we began the morning with a camp-wide adventure challenge! We traversed tires, we swung to landings surrounded by lava, we raced up and down the cargo net, we traveled through a port hole — WOW! It was an exciting morning in the trees here at Timber Tops. And on the upper field we competed in tug-of-war, played beat the clock, and relayed a football toss!

This afternoon brought a swim meet at the pool, a biathlon, a bike relay and a huge dodgeball game!

Tonight, night two of Pioneer Days, is one of the BEST nights of summer. We mean it! The whole camp will gather in the gymnastics pavilion, and we’ll enjoy a night of presentations and performances of Totem Pole, Cheer, Dance, and Quartet!

The best is yet to come!

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Pioneer Days Breakout & Day 1!

IT FEELS LIKE A PERFECT NIGHT! It suuuuure was a perfect night down the winding road at Camp Timber Tops last night. As Timber Idol came to an end and votes were announced (congratulations to our many incredible performers, especially Katie and Lauren our winning duo!), the music, blasting from behind the curtain was unmistakable. Those first few chords were, that bass was, all we needed! Lavender Haze! Taylor Swift! OMGGGGG!!! Some started running, but we kept everyone back to see the curtains open and reveal FOUR different Taylors. Those Taylors would each become the Taylor of the four Pioneer Day team performances and announcements, but now we’re getting ahead of ourselves.

Once the four Taylors were revealed at the Timber Theater, and as music played, we RAN. Listen, we won’t sugar coat it for you. We like to keep things orderly during breakout and get the masses in check but, folks, it just could not be done. It was absolutely impossible. You’d have thought Taylor Swift herself was in Greeley. We BOLTED!

We’ve never had a breakout on the lower tennis courts before, and as we got closer and closer it was clear that this was no ordinary Pioneer Days break. Purple tie dye tapestries just like Taylor’s opening concert flags, lined the path through junior village. Then tiki torches brought us down to an elaborate concert venue constructed right here in these Greeley woods. There was a VIP tent, a catwalk stage, lighting like we’ve never seen at camp and, of course, a merch tent.

Let’s talk about the merch tent for a minute, because before we get into those custom t-shirts, it’s important that everyone out there in this Timber Tops internet world know what amazing head staff we have here at CTT. In addition to practicing choreography for weeks, in addition to planning THE best breakout we’ve ever seen, our head staff has been making CTT TAYLOR SWIFT FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS all summer in their free time to give out on the night of breakout. Folks, this incredible head staff has been waiting for this moment for months. The air at camp last night was filled with joy and love and excitement. It was like nothing we’ve ever seen before – and we see lots of joy and love and excitement.

As our concert started, glow sticks and friendship bracelets were passed out, and four different Taylor sets were performed. First, Taylor Swift’s debut album (green), then The Fearless album (yellow), next Red (red) and finally 1989 (blue). Those videos have been posted to the YouTube page so check them out! You won’t want to miss it!

After our awesome eras performances and before captains were announced, we told our concert goers that we’ve ACTUALLY been dropping Taylor Swift Pioneer Days EASTER EGGS all summer long! Have you noticed any in these blogs?! WHAATTT!?!? That’s right! We played this Easter Egg video (here on dropbox, because YouTube does not seem to like it!) and the crowd went wild! This feels like a good time to say that Kareema, our videographer, is HUGELY talented, and we are so grateful for her many years of amazing work at CTT.

After our Easter Egg video viewing, every bunk counselor was called up to the merch tent to pick up a bag filled with CTT Era’s Tour T-Shirts in the correct sizes and colors for each and every person here at camp! It was the cherry on top of what was ABSOLUTELY the best breakout in Camp Timber Tops history. And we don’t say that lightly. WHAT A NIGHT!

This morning, we came down to breakfast in our merch and enjoyed a great, busy day of Pioneer Day activities! This morning brought happenings on the upper field including the sack race, the egg and spoon relay, the obstacle course, an egg toss, a wheelbarrow relay, a three legged race, a crab walk relay, a hula hoop relay, a sneaker relay, a suitcase relay, a volley tennis relay, a water bucket relay, a ridiculous relay and more! And this afternoon we were all at Lake Selma for lake activities! Committees have been made for dance, song, meal, jug band, cheer, banner, quartet, totem pole, hat, campsite, tall tale and “props!” We’ve gotten to work! So much to do, so little time (only three days)!

Tonight it’s jug band, freeze frame, props and hat at the Timber Theater! And we’re just gettin’ started. Goodnight, Swifties!

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SFA and SO Much More!

Good evening, folks! It’s been another beautiful, glorious day down the winding road in Greeley, PA.

This morning’s late sleep allowed our Polar Bears, on the third and final day of their Polar Bear exploits, to sleep an hour late too, rising at 7:15AM for an early morning dip in Lake Selma. It was a sixty degree morning, so cookies and hot chocolate were particularly appreciated, but the t-shirt is really what these bears are in it for. And they’ve certainly earned their winnings! Congrats, CTT Polar Bears!

It’s Thursday, and since this time next week is packing day (say it ain’t so!), today has been our last SFA Day of Summer 2023! We know, we know; it’s hard to believe that we’re beginning our first “final” moments of what is and has truly been THE most amazing summer. So we’re making it all count! We’re leaving no blank space! Supervised Free Activity Day includes lots of fun around camp for campers to independently enjoy. Today, some repelled on our new repel tower! Some headed to outdoor cooking! Some worked on camp media projects! There was Gaga, tennis, and tie-dye was an especially big hoot! Lots of juniors created Junior Village spas complete with nail painting and jibit trading, and some campers even worked on signs for friends and neighbors in tonight’s Timber Idol competition – but more on that in a moment.

We were especially impressed by the 6th graders’ initiative in creating their own game of “extreme hide and seek!” today during SFA. Complete with costumes, a rule book and and partner pairs for safety, our 6th graders dreamt up and participated in their own giant hide and seek game around camp this afternoon. And it was awesome!

The weather at camp has been perfect these past few days which made today’s grove cookout lunch particularly delightful and delicious. And tonight we’ll cozy up together at the Timber Theater for a highly anticipated concert, the hottest ticket in town: Timber Idol! Those interested in performing auditioned a few days ago, and a camper was selected from every age group to represent her grade level! We’ll hear from each grade-level winner and a few extra wild cards tonight in what will surely be a fantastic evening of song and performance. Our Timber Tops Idol winner will be selected by silent votes of our very own camp audience (through an extremely sophisticated, technologically advanced voting system involving plastic spoons).

In short, as always, it’s one big love story here at CTT.


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Pink Wednesday and More!

5 Things (and a bonus!) from Today at CTT!

  1. It’s Pink Wednesday! Why? Why not! We’ve historically been loving Orange Wednesday, but the CAs twitched it up this morning, and we’re here for it!
  2. We ate challah french toast for breakfast! YUM!
  3. PFC came to CTT this afternoon for a dance competition, and it was SO much fun.
  4. Tonight it’s Old Timers/New Timers parties!
  5. We made Rice Krispy Treats over a fire in outdoor cooking, and dare we say it’s even better this way!
  6. Okay, we know we said five things but here’s a bonus… WE WANT, WE WANT PIONEER DAYS! PIONEER DAYS! It’s coming, ladies and gentlemen, and we’re waiting with bated breath.

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Camper Scamper, Greeley Games, Senior Lip Sync, Oh My!

Good evening, parents!

It’s been another terrific day here in these beautiful Pocono Mountains! This morning started early for some (many!) brave polar bears who, at 6:30AM, jumped into FREEZING Lake Selma, sang three songs, and then jumped out again. And all for what?! Bragging rights, of course. But chocolate chip cookies, hot chocolate and a Polar Bear Club t-shirt (after participating three days in a row) ain’t too shabby!

Some of us went on a Top Cooks trip, some of us played flag football against Lake Owego Camp, and some of us (SO MANY of us!) hopped on a bus to Pine Forest Camp this morning for the Hughie and Selma Black Camper Scamper 5k! And all for what!? Bragging rights and a snazzy t-shirt, of course. Do you sense a theme?! We love a fab camp-sponsored t-shirt here at CTT. Congrats, girls!

And while we’re congratulating Timber Tops girls, a big round of applause goes to our CAs who participated in the EXTREMELY impressive Timber Trek! Yesterday, these brave CAs canoed from Bushkill Falls to Worthington State Forest where they camped out, woke up before dawn, and hiked all the way to Sunfish Pond in time for sunrise. Then, they hiked another 7 miles on the Appalachian Trail before heading home to us this afternoon. They are amazing!

And tonight, after Chinese food for dinner (woohoo!), we’ll all head down to the Timber Theater for Senior Lip Sync! We don’t need our fortune cookies to predict what will most certainly be another great night down the winding road!

(Apologies, friends: tonight’s blog won’t let this blogger post a photo! Hop onto CampMinder for your photo fix!)

Goodnight, folks!

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Greeley Games, Lake Night, and More!

Howdy, friends and family!

It was another gorgeous day here down the winding road. Dare we say there’s been a chill in the air, and sweatshirt life is a happy life up here in the mountains. Our Monday morning started with a late sleep for some, but others were up early playing in the Greeley Games against Pine Forest and Lake Owego! Today’s competitions included: basketball, volleyball, lacrosse, fishing, chess, a swim meet, and even an art competition! That’s right, we do it all here at camp!

Half of our amazing CAs (those who didn’t participate first session) headed out on their Timber Trek this morning! So far, they’ve canoed over 25 miles. Tonight they’re camping out, preparing for a short sleep since they’ll be up at dawn to hike the Appalachian Trail come morning. You go, girls! We can’t wait to hear about your adventures when you’re back tomorrow!

And tonight it’s another evening program for the books! It’s (drumroll please)… LAKE NIGHT! Juniors were so excited that they started a conga line at dinner! We’ve never before seen such lake night enthusiasm but we’re loving it! Juniors and low seniors will swim, they’ll boat, they’ll wibit, and (perhaps most importantly) they’ll make s’mores! Life is good down on the shores of Lake Selma. For Hi-Seniors it’s a cookie bake/movie night – not too shabby.

Pictured below: juniors “dressed up” for Lake Night (we don’t totally get it either), unable to contain their enthusiasm. Ya can’t make this stuff up, folks! And with that, goodnight!

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Escape from CTT! (Don’t Panic!)

Okay, folks. It was meant to be last night, but the skies had other plans for us. It’s okay! It made the build-up even more exciting! We had a great day at camp filled with LOC brother visiting, a delightful pizza lunch and Senior Lip Sync practice, but the buzz was all about tonight’s evening program.

Tonight in Greeley we played… ESCAPE FROM CTT! In “Escape,” as its nicknamed, campers are placed in pairs (one junior camper and one senior camper in each group) and must complete a list of activities around camp (think shooting a basketball, kayaking around a buoy in the lake, doing forward rolls in gymnastics, eating saltines and whistling, and so much more!). The first 10 pairs to complete their checklist “ESCAPE” camp and head out for ice cream in a van decorated with signs saying “WE ESCAPED!” It is a HUGE deal to escape. People train all year for it (okay not really, but we swear it’s a REALLY big deal). Lest you think “Escape” is as easy as it sounds, let us share one twist. While your happy campers are scampering around camp trying to “Escape from CTT,” there are “powder puffs” (counselors stationed around camp trying to whack kids with a sock filled of corn starch) trying to freeze kids who can only be unfrozen by “hydro helpers,” (counselors who squirt frozen campers with water toys)! Things are WILD in Greeley tonight. It’s complicated, and this blogger isn’t doing it justice, but here’s the gist: it’s an AWESOME night at Timber Tops. Below: the escapees of 2023! Congrats to all!

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Super Soaker Saturday

That’s right, folks! It’s Super Soaker Saturday! It was a warm, sunny day up here in Greeley, so what did we do about it? The CAs woke us up, told us to dress in blue (some of us wore bathing suits) and, we sprayed each other down with Super Soakers! What? That’s not how you beat the heat wherever it is you’re tuning in from? It works like a charm up here in the mountains!

Activities were out in full swing from Lake Selma to the Timberdome! Our 7th through 9th graders loved their overnight on Blueberry Island, our Top Cooks went to a chocolate factory, and though the rain canceled our Escape from CTT plans, fear not! We’re rescheduling and tonight enjoying Hi-Senior Bonding, Low-Senior Panic, and Junior Know Your Counselor! With imported Philly soft pretzels for evening snack – YUM!

But, as you well know, sometimes showing is better than telling, so here it is! Our WEEK 5 video! How could it be? Somebody slow down the clocks! We’re soaking in every single moment (get it?)!

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Warm Fuzzy Campfire!

Tonight, back down the winding road as one camp, we have a very special evening program on the shores of Lake Selma. 

Every summer at Camp Timber Tops, campers and counselors look forward to the Warm Fuzzy Campfire. Now, generations of Timber Tops girls have been gifted warm fuzzies. Some alumni carry them in their wallets, some post them on bulletin boards above their desks, some keep them tucked away in a nightstand. For all, the song stays close to our hearts “I will give you a warm and gentle fuzzy, ’cause I love you as you are! If you want a warm and gentle fuzzy, open up your heart.”

Here’s the story below, acted out by our fabulous head staff each summer. Read it! Talk about it with your camper when she gets home! Odds are it’ll remain a highlight of her summer. 


Many years ago in a beautiful Rocky Mountain Valley isolated almost totally from the outside world, was the exciting little village of Swabeedoo. The people of the village called themselves Swabeedoo-dahas. These people went about their land always with broad smiles and cheery greetings from everybody. One of the happiest of these Swabeedoo-dahas was the family of Jim Golly-Wog. This family of Jim, his wife Molly, his son Gary and daughter Becky, lived their lives without ever uttering a cruel word or having a hateful thought about each other or anyone in Swabeedoo. One of the things the Swabeedoo-dahas liked best was to give Warm Fuzzies to one another. Each of these little people carried over his shoulder a bag, and the bag was filled with Warm Fuzzies. Whenever two Swabeedoo-dahas would meet, each would give the other a Warm Fuzzy.

Now, it is an especially nice thing to give someone a Warm Fuzzy. It tells the person that they are special. It is a way of saying, “I like you.” And, of course, it is very pleasing to have someone give you a Warm Fuzzy. When you have a warm fuzzy held out to you, when you take it and feel its warmth and fuzziness against your cheek, and place it gently and lovingly in your fuzzy-bag with all the others, it’s just extra nice. You feel noticed and appreciated when someone gives you a Warm Fuzzy, and you want to do something nice for them in return. The people of Swabeedoo loved to give Warm Fuzzies and get Warm Fuzzies, and their lives together were very happy indeed.

Outside the village, in a cold, dark cave, there lived a great green troll. He didn’t really like to live all by himself, and sometimes he was lonely, but he couldn’t seem to get along with anyone else, and somehow he didn’t enjoy exchanging warm fuzzies. He thought it was a lot of nonsense. “It isn’t cool,” was what he would say. He thought “Someday when I get the chance, I’ll get them all to be like me.”

One fine summer day the entire town of Swabeedoo was enjoying their annual town picnic in the beautiful little park at the edge of the village. Jim decided that it was a perfect day to take a walk throughout the beautiful forest that surrounded the park.As he was walking, he saw the troll trying to hide behind a large tree.

“Hasn’t this been a fine Swabeedoo-dahas day?” said Jim with a smile. “Here, have a Warm Fuzzie. This one’s special, and I saved it just for you, for I don’t see you in town that often. ”

The troll looked about to see that no one else was listening, Then he put an arm around the little Swabeedoo-dahas and whispered in his ear.

“Hey, don’t you know that if you give away all your Warm Fuzzies, one of these Sawbeedoo-dahas days of your, you’re going to run out of them?”

He noted the sudden look of surprise and fear on Jim’s face, and then added, peering inside his fuzzy bag, “Right now I’d say you’ve only got about two hundred and seventeen Warm Fuzzies left in there. Better go easy on handin’ ‘em out.”

With that, the troll padded away on his big green feet, leaving a very confused and unhappy Swabeedoo-dah standing there.

Now, the troll knew that every one of the people had an inexhaustible supply of Warm Fuzzies. He knew that as soon as you give a Warm Fuzzy to someone, another comes to take its place, and that you can never run out of Warm Fuzzies in your whole life. But he counted on the trusting nature of the little Swabeedoo-daha and on something else that he knew about himself. He just wanted to see if this same something was inside the people. So he told his fib, went back to his cave and waited.

Jim wondered back to the picnic, but he really didn’t enjoy the day like the rest of the Swabeedoo-daha.

The next morning, as Jim came down to breakfast, Molly noticed that he didn’t kiss her like he usually did, nor did they exchange Warm Fuzzies. She knew that something was wrong. “We must save our Warm Fuzzies or we will run out and then our lives will be miserable”, said Jim, and immediately Molly thought “Run out? That can’t happen!” And together they securely closed their bags of Warm Fuzzies.

When Gary and Becky came down to breakfast, they were told to tie their bag of Warm Fuzzies and not give any more away. Gary and Becky both cried out “Why? We love to give Warm Fuzzies.” “Just shush” said Jim “and do as you are told.” The children had never heard their father talk this way before. “We must save our Fuzzies or we will run out.” Jim told them. “Now go to school.” So the children left the house very sad, but knowing they had to save their Fuzzies.

Well, it didn’t take long. The first person to come along and greet Jim on his way to work was a fine friend of his, with whom he had exchanged many Warm Fuzzies before. This person was surprised to find that when he gave his friend a Warm Fuzzy this time, he received only a strange look. Then he was told to beware of running low on his supply of Warm Fuzzies, and his friend was suddenly gone. The Swabeedoo-daha told three others that same evening: “I’m sorry, but no Warm Fuzzies for you. I’ve got to make sure that I don’t run out.” The children that day at school, and play, also did not share their Warm Fuzzies with their playmates. They too were afraid they would run out.

By the next day the word had spread over the entire village. Everyone had suddenly begun to hoard their Warm Fuzzies. They still gave some away, but very, very carefully. “Discriminatingly,” they said.

The Swabeedoo-dah began to watch each other with distrust, and to hide their bags of Warm Fuzzies under their beds for protection at night. Quarrels broke out over who had the most Warm Fuzzies, and pretty soon people began to trade Warm Fuzzies for things, instead of just giving them away. Figuring there were only so many Warm Fuzzies to go around, the mayor of Swabeedoo proclaimed he Fuzzies a system of exchange, and before long, the people were haggling over how many Warm Fuzzies it cost to eat a meal at someone’s house, or stay overnight. There were even some instances of Warm Fuzzy robberies. Some dark evenings it wasn’t even safe to be out and about.Worst of all, something began to happen to the health of the people. Many of them began to complain of pains in their shoulders and backs, and as time went on, more and more Swabeedoo-dah became afflicted with a disease known as softening of the backbone. They walked hunched over or (in the worst cases) bent almost to the ground. Their fuzzy bags dragged on the ground. Many people in the town began to say it was the weight of the bags that caused the disease, and that it was better to leave the bags at home, locked up safely. After awhile, you could hardly find a Swabeedoo-dah with his fuzzy bag on.

At first the troll was pleased with the results of his rumor. He had wanted to see whether the people would feel and act as he did sometimes when he thought selfish thoughts, and so he felt successful with the way things were going. Now, when he went into town, he was no longer greeted with smiles and offerings of Warm Fuzzies. Instead, the people looked at him as they looked at each other – with suspicion – and he rather liked that. To him, that was just facing reality. “It’s the way the world is,” he would say.

But as time went on, worse things happened. Perhaps because of the softening of the backbone, perhaps no one ever gave them a Warm Fuzzy (no one knows), a few of the people died. Now, all the happiness was gone from the village of Swabeedoo, as it mourned the passing of its citizens.

When the troll heard about this, he said to himself, “Gosh! I just wanted them to see how the world was. I didn’t mean for them to die!” He wondered what to do. And, then he thought of a plan.

Deep in his cave, the troll had discovered a secret mine of Cold Pricklies. He had spent many years digging the Cold Pricklies our of the mountain, for he liked their cold prickly feel, and he loved to see his growing hoard of Cold Pricklies, to know that they were all his. He decided to share them with the Swabeedoo-dahs. He filled hundreds of bags with Cold Pricklies and took them into the village.

When the people saw the bags of Cold Pricklies, they were glad, and they received them gratefully. Now they had something to give one another. The only trouble was that it was just not as much fun to give a Cold Prickly as a Warm Fuzzy. Giving a Cold Prickly seemed to be a way of reaching out to another person, but not so much in friendship and love. And getting a Cold Prickly gave one a funny feeling, too. You were not just sure what the giver meant, for after all, Cold Pricklies were cold and prickly. It was nice to get something from another person, but it left you confused and often with stung fingers. The usual thing a Swabeedoo-dah said when he received a Warm Fuzzy was “WOW!” But when someone gave him a Cold Prickly there was usually nothing to say but “UGH!”

Some of the people went back to giving Warm Fuzzies, and, of course, each time a Warm Fuzzy was given it made the giver and the receiver very joyful indeed. Perhaps it was that it was so unusual to get a Warm Fuzzy from someone when there were so many Cold Pricklies being exchanged. Suspicion was still there in the minds of the people of Swabeedoo.

You could hear it in their comments: “Warm Fuzzy, eh? Wonder what’s behind it?”

“I never know if my Warm Fuzzies are really appreciated.”

“ I gave a Warm Fuzzy and got a Cold Prickly in return. Just see if I do that again!”

“You never know about Mabel. A Warm Fuzzy one minute, a Cold Prickly the next!”

“If you won’t give me a cold prickly, I won’t give you one. Okay?”

“I want to give my boy a Warm Fuzzy, but he just doesn’t deserve it.”

“Sometimes I wonder if Grandpa has a Warm Fuzzy to his name.”

Probably every citizen of Swabeedoo would gladly have returned to the former days when the giving and getting of Warm Fuzzies had been so common.Sometimes a person would think to himself how very fine it had felt to get a Warm Fuzzy from someone, and he would even consider going out to begin giving them to everyone as freely as of old.

But something always stopped him.

Then one bright sunshiny day, a stranger arrived in the town carrying her bag of Warm Fuzzies. The stranger, whose name was Lovey Generous began to greet the Swabeedoo-dahs and hand them Warm Fuzzies. She couldn’t understand why everyone looked at her in such a strange way and avoided even talking to her. As she passed the Gollywog home, Becky and Gary were playing in the yard.

She went over and gave them each a Warm Fuzzy and saw the excitement and joy in their eyes. And as she talked with them, they explained why they were not allowed to give Warm fuzzies. Lovey explained to the children that Warm Fuzzies meant friendship and happiness and they were wrong to hoard them.

That night after Jim and Molly had gone to bed, Gary and Becky went up to the attic and unlocked the big trunk that all of the familys’ Warm Fuzzies were kept in. They took out their bags and crept back to their bedrooms and went to sleep with many happy thoughts dancing in their heads.

The next day, the children went off to school carefully hiding their Warm Fuzzies. When in school, they told their friends the story of the stranger and began to notice how excited the children were. When Becky and Molly got home that night, their parents wondered why they seemed to be different. Finally Gary and Becky, bursting with happiness, told their parents what they had done.

Jim and Molly after listening to the children, knew the children were right. So they too went to the attic and got their bags of Warm Fuzzies. “Maybe,” Jim said, “if we start to give Warm Fuzzies again, others will too.” So the next day the whole Gollywog family passed out Fuzzies to everyone they met. Even the troll was glad the Warm Fuzzies returned, for he had finally realized that suspicion and hatred made everyone miserable, and when last seen he was standing in the town square happily giving Warm Fuzzies to everyone.

The Gollywog family and all the Swabeedoo-dahs still live happily in their beautiful Rocky Mountain home.

And now we would like to share with you that same feeling of happiness, friendship and caring. We have for you, your very own Warm Fuzzy. We give it knowing that you too will share your Warm Fuzzies with everyone you meet, and someday all the people of the world will know about and share Warm Fuzzies.

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