Caleb LaCelle is a reserved young man more likely to listen carefully to directions than offer his own commentary. But if you can get him talking about the wild afternoons he spent building forts and firepits with friends in his Acampo backyard, his personality sparks to life.
"There was metal out there, wood with nails stuck in it. It was a little boy's dream," said LaCelle, 16. "We just had fun out there, building stuff."
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