I know, I know. Another story. You all probably think that I'm not going to finish the others. But I am. I'm just not very good at writing when I have better things to do. Not that this isn't fun…I just like reading fics better.

So here's chapter one…and Camp Don Lee is an awesome sailing/Christian camp close to where I live (I've been there for three summers…not counting the times I've been with school.) in this story, all the characters are human and their parents are sending them from their home states…CDL is usually mostly North Carolinians, but I had someone from Florida in my group this year so…just pretend, kay?

Oh, and nobody's met before either.

Bellabookworm9

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Emmett's POV

"Emmett!" my father called from the front of the house. We were going to drive the nine hours from our house in the mountains to Arapahoe, NC, then find a hotel to stay for the night before checking me in at Camp Don Lee. I was looking forward to this camp…even though I had no idea how to sail. I mean, where are you supposed to learn how to sail in the mountains?

And the girls…oh, God! The girls. A whole camp's worth of bikini-clad beauties for me to enjoy.

"I'm comin'!" I yelled, picking up my giant trunk effortlessly. If mom hadn't made me pack everything in here, I would have used garbage bags. I'm not much of a packer.

Rosalie's POV

"Rosie?" I heard my mother call up the stairs while I checked my luggage to make sure I had everything I would need for my week away. I couldn't believe my parents were doing this to me. I loved the city. The big buildings that looked like they touched the sky, the way you could walk two blocks and be in a totally different world…

And now I was being sent off to some hicktown for a week. To have guys with awful accents gawk at me like I was nothing more than a pretty face. It was appalling.

"Yes, Mom?" I called. Even though I didn't want to go, I didn't want to hurt her feelings. She seemed to think this was a good thing.

"Our plane leaves in an hour!" As much as she tried to hide it, I knew my mother wanted this time alone with Dad. They hardly ever got time alone anymore. I sighed as I zipped up my sixth suitcase (A matching set. All Coach design.). Why couldn't they have picked fashion camp or something?

Jasper's POV (Just so everyone knows, I'm making Jasper have no father in this story. I'm not sure how it happened yet, but just roll with it, okay?)

"I'm not sure I'm comfortable with this, Jasper."

"But Mom! You promised!" I tried to look persuasive, trying to get my mom to see that I really wanted this. Because I did. I desperately wanted to go to this summer camp. And I had no idea why, it wasn't like I'd ever shown an interest in sailing before. Ever since Mom's friend mentioned that her niece had gone, I had wanted to go. Something just gave me a very good no, happy, feeling whenever I thought about it. It was strangely compelling.

"I know, Jazz, I know." I could feel her giving in.

"Please?" I asked desperately, pleading. I wasn't going to take no for an answer.

"Okay, fine. But you're bringing a cell phone." I yelped, hugging her tightly.

"Thank you so much Mom!" I was grinning like a madman.

Alice's POV

"Oh my gosh this is soo exciting!" I squealed as I dragged one the pieces of my pink luggage set out to the car. "I can't wait to meet everyone!"

"Relax, Alice. We haven't even left yet." My father was trying to shove all of my luggage into the trunk.

"I know, but it's still exciting!" I saw Cynthia roll her eyes. It didn't matter. At least I was going somewhere. She was grounded and was only allowed to come with us to the airport. Uncle Jerry would be picking me up and dropping me off at camp. I would spend the next week with him and Aunt Polly.

The last words Mom said before I boarded the plane to North Carolina were, "Don't forget to put on sunscreen, honey!" Like I wanted to screw up my skin like that. Sheesh.

Edward's POV

"Oh Eddie. I'm going to miss you so much!"

I couldn't believe this. She promised that she wouldn't cry. But here she was. My mother was crying like a baby in the middle of the airport. I guess I shouldn't be surprised. It happened every summer when I went off to camp (Always a different one, of course). Sure, it'd never been this far from Chicago before, but come on. It was only a week.

"I'll be fine, mom. Nothing's going to happen. And you've been through it before." She glared at me. I sighed, "I'll miss you too." I mumbled unwillingly. I would miss her, but it wasn't like I wasn't going to come home.

"Bye, son." My dad said, wrapping his arm around me. "Don't worry." He whispered in my ear, "she'll get over it by the second night. She always does." I grinned.

"Bye, Dad." I began walking to the security gate. Before I passed through, I turned and waved to them. Family is family.

Bella's POV

"You don't have to do this, Bella." (Familiar, anyone?) Renee said as I unloaded my trunk and rolled it towards the sliding doors of Sky Harbor International.

"Mom, I want to. I want to go to summer camp. As much as you want to think I'm doing this for you, I really do want to go." I was such a liar. I had never had any interest in the outdoors and here I was saying I wanted to go to a sailing camp of all things.

Thankfully, I saw Renee's face lighten a little. That was good. I wasn't a very good liar.

"I'll be fine, Mom. I promise. And you can email me all you want." I repeated this over and over before I finally boarded the plane.

I stared out the small window and waved, knowing Renee probably couldn't see me, but the small gesture helped. This was going to be one hell of a week.

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So how did you like it? Do you want me to continue?

Sorry for all the POV changes, I just had to fit everyone's leaving in somehow. It just seemed important. Oh, and I was thinking of doing every chapter in a different person's POV, describing an activity that they really enjoyed, and then I'll do more chapters with drama and pranks and stuff. It'll be amazing.

So, if you have any ideas for who should narrate which chapter, review! (Emmett's already doing the pranks..duh.Emmett's probably doing sailing too…) here are some of the activites at CDL:

Sailing (sunfish, hobies, or flying scots. Mostly sunfish though)

Canoeing

Kayaking

Nature

Swimming

Sailing

Archery

Challenge course (teamwork things)

Crafts

Drama

Encounters (boringest thing you will ever do)

So…tell me who you think should do what…and, just so everyone knows, there are going to be more characters (two counselors (one male, one female) three extra girls and three extra guys. Just cuz you cant have only six people in a group.) but none of this story will be told from their POV (unless I do one of the counselors or something if Emmett gets in trouble. XD)

REVIEW!!!

Bellabookworm9