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On such camping strips, something bad often happens, such as a rainstorm occurring or Calvin's dad losing his glasses. But Calvin's dad insists that it builds character and continues to bring the family along every year.[[Image:C&H_Camping_Trip_Ruined.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Calvin]] and [[Mom|his]] [[Dad|parents]] have a bad day.]]
 
On such camping strips, something bad often happens, such as a rainstorm occurring or Calvin's dad losing his glasses. But Calvin's dad insists that it builds character and continues to bring the family along every year.[[Image:C&H_Camping_Trip_Ruined.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Calvin]] and [[Mom|his]] [[Dad|parents]] have a bad day.]]
   
Calvin once nicknamed the island,"Itchy Island, Home of the Radioactive Mosquitoes."
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Calvin once nicknamed the island,"Itchy Island, Home of the Nuclear Mosquitoes."
   
 
Bill Watterson acknowledged that the camping strips were replacements for Calvin's short-lived Cub Scout strips.
 
Bill Watterson acknowledged that the camping strips were replacements for Calvin's short-lived Cub Scout strips.

Revision as of 05:45, December 30, 2008

Nearly every summer, Calvin and his family go camping. They are all forced by Calvin's father to go on the trip, no matter how much they try to avoid it.

On such camping strips, something bad often happens, such as a rainstorm occurring or Calvin's dad losing his glasses. But Calvin's dad insists that it builds character and continues to bring the family along every year.
File:C&H Camping Trip Ruined.jpg

Calvin once nicknamed the island,"Itchy Island, Home of the Nuclear Mosquitoes."

Bill Watterson acknowledged that the camping strips were replacements for Calvin's short-lived Cub Scout strips.

"It'll build character!"
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