Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Pack 228 and a Bonfire

It is rare we have folks up at the camp during the week but that is just what happened on Tuesday night.  It was quite a big group too -- my estimate put it around 100 scouts, leaders and parents. 
Pack 228 came up for about three hours to gather, drink some hot chocolate and eat a few s'mores around the campfire. 
One of the boys was given an award for placing third in a fishing rodeo that they had previously taken part in at the Madison County Lake.  It had rained the day before so it took awhile to get the fire going. 
I was able to meet Robert James, who is the pack's scoutmaster, for the first time. 
It was a lively group and we are always glad to have scout groups up at the camp.  We look forward to their return in the future!

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