Written by and from the perspective of Mr. Leonard, the Troop Scoutmaster Today was the first day of real program.  Merit Badge class began and the scouts became fully engaged in summer camp.  It was a long day that started with a delay at breakfast that caused some concern but we made it through;, Read More

As the week comes to an end, we should look back on all the memories we made this week. We all overcame challenges while earning merit badges. We came home with over 350 completed, and many more well on there way. Packing was the fastest we have done in many years; we left much, Read More

Today, we played the catch up game with Merit Badges. We crushed a large number of the partials (turning then into full merit badges). Some scouts enjoyed camp wide games (sports) while some stuck around to play croquet in camp. Mountain biking was a popular event today; we also had the rifle range to, Read More

It rained. However, it was mostly gone when we awoke. Today was the last day of Merit Badge classes; tomorrow will be catch up day. We had eggs and muffins for lunch (McWente Breakfast Sandwiches). For lunch, we had fish sandwiches. For dinner, we had burgers (not served with Cheese). Troop 32 did flags, Read More

Today, we had a peaceful day of merit badges. We had waffles for breakfast, corn dogs for lunch, and turkey for dinner. The wind continued, and we had our first round of care packages. We had the Wentathalon, (a Great Race around camp) which had an excitingly close end (we don’t know who won, Read More

Today, we awoke to a calm morning. After a flag ceremony, we had eggs, sausage, and hash browns for breakfast. Merit Badges were educational and mostly uneventful. Lunch consisted of chicken nuggets (McWente nuggets) and tater tots. The afternoon was quick and cool (comparatively). A vast majority of the troop spent the afternoon at, Read More

Today, we awoke to a brisk morning. After a brief breakfast (French Toast), we set out for fun and educational day of learning important scout skills. While this was going on, a few scouts volunteered to make a concrete platform (our service project) to host a new wash station (to be installed later).  , Read More

Today, we arrived at Wente after a hour and a half drive. After arrival, we unloaded the trailer in record time (less than 20 minutes). A quick tour and swim check later (the water wasn’t that cold) and it was already dinner time. After a nice “fiesta” style dinner, we retired to our camp, Read More

On our most recent trip to Cache Creek, the the troop expected rain. While we don’t cancel due to rain, we lucked out, and it was sunny the entire time. It was 5 miles one way – the hike in was mostly downhill, so the hike out was a very fun 5 miles uphill., Read More

Recently, our scouts took a trip to hike Mt. Diablo. The trip was several miles along with quite the elevation gain (though the view at the top was excellent). For those whom didn’t go, as allways, you may view pictures on the shutterfly.