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Pamelia Lake Backpack October 22-23 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Muralt   
Sunday, 25 September 2016 21:16

Come join us for an easy 2.5 mile (each way) hike to Pamelia Lake in the Jefferson Wilderness area.  This should be a good learning trip for younger scouts who haven't done any fall backpacking, and a fun hike for those more experienced scouts.  There aren’t any big hills to climb, just stroll through the beautiful woods along a creek and enjoy the views of mountains and old growth forest. 

Fishing is supposed to be good at the lake, so if that interests you, bring your fishing equipment (and fishing license for those 12+ years old).

This trip is limited to 12 people (scouts and adults), so get your permission slip turned in before we hit the limit!

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Last Updated on Sunday, 25 September 2016 21:18
Scout Skills Overnight Outing PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dan Hampton   
Friday, 16 September 2016 11:01

For those of you newer scouts who were not able to attend the Scout Skills overnight last June this is another opportunity to complete a large portion of your requirements for the Scout rank.  Make sure you read the attached information to see what we plan to cover.

In addition to Boy Scouts we also expect to have Cub Scout Arrow of Light Scouts attending this camp out.  Many of the requirements in two of their "Adventures" are the same or similar to the Scout rank requirements.  We are using this opportunity provide them with training and to introduce them to our troop.

In addition, I would like to have several senior scouts (and maybe an ASM or two) attend this outing to help teach the knot tying and knife safety.

Download this file (161001 Scout Skills Outing.pdf)161001 Scout Skills Outing.pdf[Scout Skills Outing information and permission slip]504 Kb16/09/16 11:04
Last Updated on Friday, 16 September 2016 11:04
Crater Lake Bike Ride the Rim Trip Sept 16-18 2016 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Muralt   
Monday, 05 September 2016 08:24

The East Rim drive will be closed to car traffic on Saturday September 17 for this event.  The ride is 24 miles each way with comfort stop about every 5 miles. Comfort stops have restrooms, water, snacks, tools. There are options for a shuttle back to the start or a round trip 48 mile ride.  We plan to have leaders and scouts that will choose each option.  We will be staying in tents at the Mazama Campground within Crater Lake National Park.  We will likely have room for families who would want to join us.


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