Yesterday was the first day of Camp NaNoWriMo. My wrimo friends and I got together in the evening for a mini camp kickoff, and I ended up getting roughly four hours of work in. I didn't do any writing, though -- I spent all my time working on my novel's timeline in Aeon, the software that I bought after NaNo ended last year (I got a 40 percent off code in the winner goodies).
Our wrimo group has grown since last year, and I think all of us are doing camp this year, which wasn't the case during previous summers. As a result, I think we will likely be meeting more during camp months this year than we have before. Writing sessions like last night are great because although we weren't all working all the time (there was a bit of screwing around going on too), we seemed to be able to keep one another more motivated and focused than we might have been otherwise.
One thing I've noticed that both Anomaly Con and Camp NaNoWriMo have gotten me excited about is getting back to work on Ruby Ransome. Hopefully I'll be able to finish this project at last this month, and then I can let it sit while I get back to work on revising the very first Ruby novel.