So many of us worry about the misuse of the word "camp." But in a conversation with ACA Director of Research Deb Bialeschki the other day, she told me that kids today are defining "outdoors" as when they go sit on the curb with their friends or sit in the parking lot at a mall. Nature , on the other hand, is somewhat removed — like a far off land you would go visit — maybe . . . because, remember, there might be bugs and other things that would make one uncomfortable. In the future, will a "nature visit" be like a visit to the zoo? Tell me it ain’t so.