Greg scowled at the bus driver as he scooped his bag off the seat next to him, the man had looked at him funny in the driver's mirror and he didn't quite like that. He shrugged and forgot about the driver, he was just another face, another person who took him at face value, the way he wanted to be taken. Having ignored the bus driver, Greg found himself completely surprised at what the camp looked like, he had expected something else, his parents wanted to send him way to reform him, after all. He smiled secretly, making sure to see if anyone was looking, it wouldn't do to bust his bad boy persona with something as.. insignificant as a smile. Another scowl replaced the smile, hopefully before anyone had noticed the small slip in his little charade.
Satisfied that no one else seemed aware, Greg sat his bag down and fished out a small piece of paper. On the paper the word Bear was hastily scrawled as well as a list of essentials that he would need to pack. Of course he had packed everything on the list, or at least the stuff he felt like bringing, what use would a swim suit be to him, or any of the other seemingly essential items that would have maybe a use, and that use he didn't desire. He quietly hoped that he would have some alone time, at least in his cabin so that he could shake off this ridiculous facade, but he knew what he had to do. His cursory search of the camp told him where his cabin was, and for now that was all that he cared about. He entered the cabin slowly taking in a quick glance of his surroundings, and after finding the accommodations quite... cozy, he threw his bag on the floor and sat on one of the beds. From one of his pants pockets he pulled out a book and slid it under his pillow, if he had enough time to himself, this summer camp thing might not be to bad.