It was our first troop meeting of the year and we took advantage of the beautiful weather to cook up a storm at Peace Arch Provincial Park (right by the border)
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Our Scouts rode over 70km over 2 days along the Kettle Valley Railroad from Brookmere to Princeton! The riding was tough, and the mosquitoes but the Scouts persisted and made it thru with smiles on their faces! Take a look at some of the photos! [RFG_gallery id=’5′]
With the schools out for a teachers strike it was a perfect opportunity for our Scouts to get out and enjoy the new Sea to Summit trail at the brand new (it opened last week) Sea to Sky Gondola. The going was tough, but manageable and the views were incredible!
It was a 2 wheeled night for our Scouts as they rode the Boundary Bay Dyke Trail in preparation for cycling the Kettle Valley Railroad this summer.
It was a Golden Golden Ears Camp (pun intended) as our troop headed off to Alder Flats campsite for the first serious backpacking trip of spring.
It was a wet day outside but an even wetter day inside as our troop tried scuba diving today. Everyone had a blast blowing bubbles and when asked if the Scouts wanted to go again, the answer was an instant YES.
It was a great (warmish) but snow filled weekend at Manning Park for our annual Winter Camp. It was an impulse area camp as we were joined by groups from across Fraser Valley Council. Due to the avalanche danger, we didn’t do as long as a snowshoe as planned, instead
It was an enjoyable weekend for our Scouts as they accepted the challenge of a Woodbadge II training camp. Fire building & first aid skills were just a couple of the many things the 1st year scouts got some additional experience on! Congratulations to Scouter Suzey on earning her beads.
A great night of noodles and lightweight stoves was had by all! Noodles by Whisperlite stove, an wonderful combination!
3 of our Scouts enjoyed a quick overnighter up to Greendrop Lake (or at least that was the plan) – however extremely flooded creeks led to a river of water blocking the trail to the campsite, so we found a lovely place in the trees to spend the night. The