I'm very glad to hear that she is (evidently) OK and back at home. Like Wm. said, we found her in the parking lot around midnight, quite distraught. Fish, the 4th Va's 1st Sgt., was actually the main feller that seemed to come to the rescue. IIRC, we talked on a cellphone to a parent or such. Evidently, she'd come there from work (or a friend's?) late that evening simply expecting to find the camp ...but by then everyone had pulled up stakes and departed. I think in all the hubbub, her parents had simply forgotten to let her know they'd left -- or perhaps they didn't even know she was coming by. I just hope she arrived home safely and no one got in too much trouble.
Originally Posted by dedogtent
Co. A, Chesapeake Volunteer Guard
"I have been up to see the Congress and they do not seem to be able to do anything except to eat peanuts and chew tobacco, while my army is starving."
Robert E. Lee