Spending time outdoors is a Cub Scout tradition and is a great way for family and friends to enjoy quality time together.
THINGS TO KNOW
* Bring materials to make an egg container for the egg launch. (Details below.)
* Saturday night dinner: The Bears den will be taking care of the main dish, but please bring a side dish big enough to feed ten people. (Tigers to set up and tear down kitchen.). Also, bring drinks for you and your family for Saturday dinner.
* Sunday morning breakfast: Lions/Wolves to cook breakfast burritos (eggs, tortillas, cheese). Lions to provide pastries and fruit. Wolves to provide drinks (Juice, Milk, Hot Cocoa, Coffee). (Webelos to set up and tear down kitchen.)
* Map of Mount Madonna County Park: https://www.sccgov.org/sites/parks/parkfinder/Documents/MtMadonnaGuideMap.pdf
* Signup Genius for RSVPing and food signup: http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0f4ea5a928a4f58-20171
12:00 – 2:00pm: Arrive and setup tents (Remember to bring a tarp to place under your tent ; ground can be rocky)
2:00 – 3:00pm: Free time/Activities
3:00 – 3:30 pm: Build egg toss / egg launch holders for eggs. Egg goes into a container built on site then it’s launched from a catapult. If your egg survives your distance counts in the competition. Bring foam pads, bubble wrap, tape, etc to make eg container. We provide the eggs!!!
3:30pm: Raise the flag ceremony (Boys should be in their Class A uniforms.)
3:30 – 4:30pm: Egg launch competition
4:30 – 5:30pm: Clean up and set up for dinner. (Bring your washable plates ; pack will have a washing station setup. Please try to avoid paper plates; we are packing out our own trash.)
6:30pm: Clean up
7:00pm: Strike the colors and start camp fire
7:30pm: Camp fire (One skit and one song per den followed by a quick night hike and SMORES.)
9:00pm: Brush teeth and kids to bed.
9:45pm: Adult meeting at camp fire.
Sunrise – 8:00am: Pack up your gear.
8:00am: Set up for breakfast.
9:00am: Site clean up and depart.
WHAT TO BRING
* Your spouse and kids
* Tent (with tarp for the ground, door mat to keep it clean inside and a chair to place outside your door)
* Sleeping bags and sleeping pad
* Pillows (keeps the neck straight the next day)
* Fuzzy bunny slippers for in the tent (if needed)
* Cooler for drinks, H20 is number one!Â Other drinks OK.
* Camping plates / utensils / cups (pack has a dish wash and sterilize station for washing)
* One extra trash bag to keep the area clean
* Cooking pans / stove / utensils / cooking stove if you have one
* Bag for dirty clothes
* Sun block and a hat
* Paper towels
* Rope for a clothes line (to hold your towel)
* Side dish for dinner
* Drinks for dinner
* Food for den breakfast
* Chair for the campfire
* Extra clothes, socks, etc. Uniforms for Scouts (class B for the day; class A for the campfire)
* Some wood for the camp fire (each den please have one family bring a box of wood)
* What ever else you need for a great night of camping
* Foam, tape, etc. to build a container for the egg launch
* And don’t forget the kids!
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