Summer Camp – Royaneh
July 11 – 17, 2004
On the week of July 11-17th, over thirty scouts attended a fun filled week of activities at Camp Royaneh. After finding our campsite, we quickly put on our swim suits, took the swimming test, toured the camp, and signed up for our merit badges. Everyone who attended would agree that Royaneh still wins the gold award for food! Rushing to each session required going up and down hills which resulted in a group of tired campers. Since it was hot and dry, the pool quickly became one of the most chosen free time activity destinations – a luxurious retreat. Some of the weeks exciting events were: the catapult war ( unfortunately the catapult failed), gladiator night (where we proved we make better farmers than warriors), nightly campfires (with skits, jokes, and songs), archery,shotguns, and black powder rifles ( we are thankful that dinner was provided). Some scouts also were able to sleep out under the stars, make survival hu! ts, and ride horses (watch out for road apples). Mr. Androwski and Mrs. Huie felt that this week was a good chance for the troop to get to know the new members. But mostly, it was an opportunity to pull together as a unit.