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I've posted my report on the AAA Eastern States Camp here (Adobe PDF document).
Here's a brief summary:
We had a good mix of empty hand and weapons practice. Hiroaki Kobayashi sensei (6th dan, son of Yasuo Kobayashi shihan) was an awesome instructor, as was Andy Sato sensei, the head of our organization. We did a lot of work on randori, and I was really impressed with the methodical process of building to full randori that Sato sensei presented.
I also injured myself slightly in a rather odd way. The details are in the report.