The tragedy of decaying Great Camps, disappearing summer camps, and other signs of the good times of old fading away -- these are evident across the Adirondack Park. Here is the old dining and recreation building of Camp Eagle Cove on Fourth Lake. I drove out to take photos of the Camp from the lake last summer because its about to disappear forever. The structures will be torn down, the lots subdivided, and new homes built. It's sad. My mother was a lifeguard at the camp when it was in its heyday. There is something good about having a camp on the lake that comes alive every summer; it's another reminder that summer is here. Now, we can look forward to a string of million dollar homes dotting the landscape where a vibrant summer camp once reigned. This one in particular has a special place in the hearts of all Fourth Lakers, and we will miss it when it breathes its final breath.