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Changes going forward into 2016 PDF Print E-mail
Written by Mike Muralt   
Wednesday, 29 July 2015 19:47

Here are 2 key documents relating to changes in requirements going forward into 2016.

 

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Download this file (2016 BoyScout Requirements.pdf)2016 Boy Scout Requirement (changes)[ ]787 Kb29/07/15 19:51
Download this file (2016 Transitioning New Boy Scout Requirements.pdf)Transitioning into the new 2016 Boy Scout Requirements[ ]139 Kb29/07/15 19:51
 
Ape Caves Overnight Outing PDF Print E-mail
Written by Dan Hampton   
Tuesday, 19 May 2015 21:09

Overview

The focus of this outing is exploring the Ape Cave in Gifford National Forest.  However, we will also work on our cooking skills and have the opportunity to spend some time at an indoor swimming pool.  This outing is for Boy Scouts 13 years old and younger and for Webelos.  Webelos must have a parent or responsible adult (21 years or older) attending the outing with them.

Details:

We will meet at Calvin Presbyterian Church at 5:00 p.m. Friday, June 26th.  Once there we will setup camp.  Please bring a sack dinner.

In the morning we will cook as a group.  Each scout and adult will need their own backpack cooking stove.   As a group we will go through step by step how to cook a one-pot breakfast on a backpack stove.  Once we have finished our breakfast we will make our sack lunch, clean up camp and head to the cave.

The trip to the cave will take about an hour. Once at the cave we will gear up and head inside. Each scout and adult needs to bring at least 2 light sources. I also strongly recommend bring a glow stick. If you bring a daypack you will want to attach a glow stick to it so that you can find it again if you set it down in the cave. No food is allowed in the cave. However, each scout should bring water with them. Each scout must wear long pants. No shorts will be allowed in the cave. We will supply helmets to wear in the cave.

We will go through the cave as a group.  We will have scouts of various ages and abilities so it is important that we stay together as a group.

Once we have finished the cave we will eat our lunch and then head back to camp.  Back at camp we will take down our tents and pack our gear.  Once we are done we will then grab our swim gear and head to the pool.  Afterwards it will be time to head home.  We plan on returning to Tigard at about 5:00 p.m.

 

Family units who wish to can stay an additional night, provided we have enough drivers to get the remaining scouts back to Tigard.

Attachments:
Download this file (150626 Ape Caves Outing Permission Slip 01.pdf)Ape Caves[Information and Permission slip for the Ape Caves Overnight Outing]595 Kb19/05/15 21:11
Last Updated on Tuesday, 19 May 2015 21:13
 
Central Oregon Caving PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kerry Krieske   
Monday, 11 May 2015 08:13
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We are going to camp, hike and explore various caves along China Hat road (NF18) near Bend Oregon. Accessible caves in that area are Arnold Ice Cave, Boyd Cave, Pictograph Cave (1.5 mile hike) and Hidden Forest Cave. Adhering to the Boy Scout Guide to Safe Scouting, scouts under 14 years of age cannot explore non-commercialized caves so this outing is for scouts 14 and above.

We will dry camp (no running water) near Hidden Forest cave for 2 nights. A sack lunch should be brought for Friday lunch. We will plan and cook Friday dinner, Saturday breakfast, Saturday lunch, Saturday dinner and Sunday breakfast as patrols. We will stop for lunch most likely in Bend or Sisters on the way home so extra money should be brought for that.

Scouts and adults should pack 3 light sources and extra batteries. We will provide helmets and it is a good idea to have a head lamp as the primary light which will fit over the helmet. Pack warm clothing as it is cold inside of the caves.

We also might want to do some orienteering and look for some geocaches nearby. A local Boy Scout troop placed a series of caches on a hike they did between Boyd Cave and Hidden Forest Cave. There is also an interesting set of geocaches just south of Hidden Forest Cave which form a smiley face that is about a mile wide.


Outing Leader: Kerry Krieske ( This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it )
Phone: 503-200-0330
Attachments:
Download this file (Caving Information.pdf)Central Oregon Caving Information[Central Oregon Caving Information]483 Kb13/05/15 08:15
Download this file (Caving Permission Slip.pdf)Permission Slip[Central Oregon Caving Permission Slip]528 Kb11/05/15 08:49
Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 May 2015 08:15
 
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