Arlene Dahlerson (left) was appointed head of the newly established Summer Camp program by President Gorghendi Kahn. At the suggestion of his friend and unofficial advisor Janet Lingart, Kahn established the Summer Camp program as a way to familiarize youth with their homeland, and to teach them environmental conservation, community service, patriotism, self-reliance, and other skills of personal enrichment.
Camp Lohikaan was the headquarters of the Summer Camp program, located in the Thunder Mountain area. Dahlerson and the other camp counselors often led children on outings that included camping and spelunking in the many caves and abandoned mines of Rocaterrania.
Kuhler held fond memories of the summers he spent boarding at Camp Lohikan (different spelling) as a child and adolescent in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.
Camp Lohikan in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. Caves and abandoned mines near the KZ Ranch and elsewhere in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.