|Fall Camp 1997 -
The weather was great, if only a bit cold, as we returned to Lowville for our annual Fall Camp. As part of our Naturalist badge we built water scopes and checked out the action on the bed of Bronte Creek. Almost everyone got a soaker!
On Sunday nearly the whole Pack, and their parents, joined us for a hot dog lunch, a scavenger hunt, and a jungle ceremony welcoming our new Cubs, the new Sixers and Seconds and our new Leader into the Pack. For those still stuck on the scavenger hunt answers: Jenco supplies the port-a-johns, the animal prints were on the arts and crafts building, and the type of bridge is - suspension.....
How Much Wood Could A Wolf Cub Chuck....?
Bagheera Helps With Michael's Water Scope
Testing The Stability Of The Suspension Bridge
The Cubs Make Use Of Their Leaf Pile
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