Summer Camp

Gone are the idyllic days of summer camp in the country:
But some parents have already tired of this private-plane status infiltrating the simpler world of summer camp. Nancy Chemtob, a divorce lawyer, made several summer trips to Maine in the past decade, where her children attended camp. She once managed to get on a charter plane from the airport in East Hampton, N.Y., for $750 (her husband had hung a sign in the airport seeking a ride). After listening to enough banter among parents about “who is flying, who is flying private, who they can get a lift home with,” she decided she “was done with Maine and the planes and all of the people.” 
“It’s a crazy world out there,” she added. She now sends her children to camp in Europe. 
I'm sure she drives them there, though.

via Marginal Revolution.