It was a very fruitful trip, going through the Lemon Squeezer on the Appalachian Trail.
These frogs are smaller than most tadpoles. We caught tons of them to study!
Troop 146 attended Father Mike’s memorial and the dedication of a new memorial garden in his honor. The memorial garden was an eagle project for one of our own scouts.
We beat our record! Four scouts fell in. Actually, make that 3 scouts and 1 scoutmaster. All were rescued, and it was a ton of fun despite the cold water.
Almost close enough to touch. Almost.
Camping in October requires masks. And “Friday the 13th” movie screenings. Even if it is the PG version.
Stop showing off, we already know you’re flexible.
First you canoe, then you have to carry the canoe. Amazing trip for the venture patrol.
Why yes, we’d love an excuse to learn how to shoot a rifle at a paper target.
Another Eagle project – this one, to help seniors with supplies in case of an emergency.