1st Belmont North Sea Scouts Blog

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Hiking into the sandhills

The big dry and subsequent Total Fire Ban meant that the plan of campfire cooking in the dunes had to be changed to an extended hike and some star gazing. It was hard work...

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Too busy to talk…

It’s been too long since we posted to remember exactly what we were up to but here is a series of photos from earlier in the year. We’ve been busy…

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Regional Cub Fun Day 2018

After a week filled with torrential rain, Sunday was absolutely glorious in Maitland for the Cub Fun Day. The boys had a great time (except for the occasional bruise).

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Mr T memorial

Mr T was not only one of our Scout leaders but he also volunteered with the Thursday Group at Glenrock Scout Camp. We were privileged to be invited to join his family at Glenrock...

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Sirius Cup 2018

What a great weekend that was, shared with our mates from Valentine. Canoeing, sailing, jetty jumping, hiking, wrestling, rowing and cruising …and so much sand! Congratulations to Ollie on being invested into Scouts. Thanks...

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Joey’s bike riding

The Joey’s had a great bike ride tonight. Great to see them out and about (as usual)!

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Corroboree 2018

This year is off to an amazing start! Corroboree is a 5 day camp run by Hunter & Coastal region, this year at Tocal Agricultural College and was attended by nearly 800 Scouts (and...

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One last bike ride

Tonight we had our last Cub bike ride for the year …and our last bike ride with Tom, who moved up to Scouts at the end of the night. The Fernleigh Track is a...

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Wettest camp ground – third year in a row!

Well, that’s another drought well and truly broken. Despite the rain, this was a great camp. Canoeing, billycarts, cooking on fires, dinosaurs and fossils, a rope swing from the Jacaranda tree, fishing, making bird...

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Cooking in the sand dunes

We hiked a little way into the sand dunes, found some sheltered spots and toasted some sandwiches over small cooking fires. There was also a lot of spontaneous singing.