Okay, well I am getting to go to a riding summer camp. I have a choice of 3. But I am torn between which I should go to. Money is not really a problem but you can add that to compare if you like.
Camp 1: Well I know a lot of people here and all the instructors and most of the horses. It's a pretty friendly place. It is a two-week day camp and you ride 1 horse. You learn stable management, 2 lessons a day, theory, and arts and crafts. There is also swimming. It is pretty far away but we can take buses that they provide.
Camp 2: This is a bit closer but we still have to be dropped of an picked up by parents. Time can be changed but cost will be added. I don't know anyone here or the horse. You ride a different horse each day and it is for one week. There are 2 lessons, stable management, theory, games and arts and crafts. It is kind of a big business type camp but I think I can learn a lot. I can pay for all of it and still have about $300 left over as it is cheap.
Camp 3: I love this camp and I know some of the trainers there. The only problem is the cost. It is one week overnight riding one horse. There are theme days included and it seems fun. 2 lessons, trail rides, stable management, theory, games, arts and crafts, and swimming. It is far but since it's overnight it is not really a problem.
Thanks for your help! I really like camp 3 and can pay about 2/3 of the cost, but my parents think it is a lot for 1 week. The only reason they are okay with camp 1 is because it is 2 weeks and I know a lot of people.
Thanks in advance!