By any standard, it was an impossible crush I had on her. She was Mt. Everest, a knockout nurse seven years older, in 1972 the difference between Bob Dylan and the Beatles. Almost nowhere else could I have caught her, except for the one place we were, a Catholic summer camp, where isolation, proximity and time could suspend normal convention just enough for it to happen. “Jake, she’s out of your league,” a friend says, “She’s Mt. Everest, and you’re wearing flip-flops.”
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I worked for four years at a Catholic summer camp in the 1970s. We all attended private, same-sex Catholic high schools. This was how we spent our summers.
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