Boy Scout Activities
at the Colonial District
Fall 1998 Camporee
||First-year Boy Scouts worked on a variety of advancement skills at the Colonial District Camporee, including knot tying.|
|An ax yard provided a safe setting for Boy Scouts to learn and practice wood-tools safety.
||Master camporee chef Jan Forbes helps Boy Scouts working on the Cooking merit badge to understand principles of successful Dutch oven cooking.|
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Photos on this page were taken by Mike Crane, who should be congratulated for his skill in using a borrowed camera he'd never touched before. Blame for the failure to insert a new battery in the camera, thereby leading to the shutter not fully opening on many shots (although that does add an artsy touch in a few cases), should rest with the camera's owner, Tom Baerwald. Web-apprentice Baerwald also bears primary responsibility for the fundamental HTML programming found on this page.