Finally, after hours of driving, Beth and her aunt and uncle arrived at the camp, her uncle deftly turning the van into the gravel parking lot across from the archway that marked the entrance of the camp and coming to a stop before they got out and stretched their legs. A few minutes later, they were walking underneath the arch into the camp proper, heading towards the administrative building a few yards in and on their right to check in. There was some additional paperwork that her aunt and uncle needed to fill out before everything was said and done, allowing Beth a few more minutes to look over the camp, butterflies fluttering in her stomach, before she would be heading to the cabin where she would be staying for the next three months. It was kind of nerve-wracking to be honest, though she was excited for the opportunity.
Her uncle suddenly grabbing her under the arms and throwing her into the air caused her to squeal in surprise before she realized what was going on, landing in his arms giggling. No matter how often he did that, she never saw it coming, which was part of what made it funny. Beth hugged him tightly around the neck, feeling his scruffy beard tickle her cheek before he handed her off to her aunt so that she could have a hug as well. "We'll be back to pick you up at the end of summer, kiddo," her uncle said, patting her on the head despite the hat she was wearing. "Try not to fry anything while we're gone. Organic or otherwise." With that, an assistant motioned for Beth to follow her, which she did without fuss, trying her hardest to keep from crying as her aunt and uncle waved until she was over the slight hill and they disappeared from sight.
"Your cabin is right up here, so feel free to head in, claim your bunk, and unpack your stuff," the assistant, a young-looking woman, said, opening the door for her. "We'll be meeting at the firepit by the lake in order for everyone to get to know each other at three-ish. Don't worry about not knowing where that is; I'll be around to take you guys there." With that, she left, leaving Beth to her own devices. Turning to examine the interior of the log cabin a bit more fully, she realized that it was quite spacious. The ceiling fans that provided light to the room also kept a nice breeze going, especially now that the door was open, and made the interior walls shine. All in all, it was a pretty nice place to be camping at.
Wasting no more time, Beth walked over to one of the beds and threw her bag onto it, claiming it as hers. Then she opened the dresser, unzipped the bag, and began packing her stuff away. While she normally would have just kept her changing supplies in her bag, she figured that it wouldn't be fair to her roommates to keep something like that a secret, and so she packed it away like she did the rest of her clothes. She certainly wasn't planning on telling anyone right off the bat, but she wouldn't try to keep it hidden either. Hopefully, they wouldn't care as much if she didn't seem to care, which was advice that her aunt had given her right after the accident, though she was still rather doubtful. In short, Beth packed away everything but what she was already wearing: a turqouise t-shirt with sequins over the chest, a pair of lime green knit shorts, her mint green bucket hat, and her black and pink Heelys. Once everything was taken care of, Beth figured that she would wait until some others showed up before potentially exploring the camp, pulling out her handheld gaming system, with the rubber case of course, to pass the time.