"Those people who work such long and hours and who have such serious, important jobs really get to be the opposite of that when they're here," he said. "There's not a care in the world."
Tichauer's day-to-day involves the coordination of various activities -- slip 'n slides, dodge ball, talent shows, campfires, crafts -- albeit with a grown-up twist. Given the responsibilities of his post, he gets a kick out of seeing "adults regress back into being kids and just being silly and playing again."
For his part, Tichauer gladly joins in on the festivities. You might find him on the kickball field or gliding across the slip 'n slide, often with a beer in his hand. He says some of the campers get tuckered out after a full day of running around the bucolic campground outside of Los Angeles, but when you've got a shimmering lake and rosé in full supply, decompressing is never an issue.