Freezoree Campout

BSA Troop 287 —  February 9, 2014 — Leave a comment

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Another successful Troop 287 Freezoree at the AF Academy!  We set up camp on Friday afternoon, had a chilly and windy Friday night, and a balmy Saturday of AF cadet led events.  The boys did great; be sure to ask Keith so you can view our recognition as one of the top 8 of 24 troops for the cadet challenges.  Saturday afternoon and evening had very brisk winds, but since the title of “Breezoree” is etched in Troop 287 lore for the 2011 event, we’ll have to come up with a new moniker.  On Saturday the boys got a head start on the aviation merit badge by learning the effects of wind on objects, and how a 15 foot tent can become airborne (I believe the tent flew further than the Wright brothers did at Kitty Hawk).  Sunday morning was chilly, foggy, and certainly worthy of the “Freezoree” title.  We packed up quickly and headed for warmth (we were busy and I don’t have pictures of the 17 degree ice fog).  Enjoy the pics of the merry times!

BSA Troop 287


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