My 2 boys went to scout camp with their troop. I volunteered to go along so the 11-year old could spend the whole week. It's the policy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints that 11-year olds can't spend more than a couple days camping with the scouts unless accompanied by one of their parents. Since they belong to an LDS troop, I volunteered to go so that he could go to summer camp.
We had a really good time. I got to help the boys get to merit badge classes and sign up for additional classes as needed. I got to spend some time kyaking with one of my sons. Those things sure do tip over much easier than canoes.
Even though I'm not on any medications for seizures, I had no seizures all week and didn't even feel like I may have one coming along soon. Brain surgery has been a huge success for me. I had a right medial temporal lobectomy 7 months ago and am satisfied with the outcome. I'm looking forward to participating in even more hot summer activities.
Possibly the hardest part was spending a week with 14 boys, more than half of whom I had never met. There were also leaders I had never met. Since I had problems with facial recognition, made worse by brain surgery, I wasn't able to learn everybody's name and face. I can remember names with some effort, but it does no good when I can't recognize the faces they go with.