1st Belmont North Sea Scouts Blog

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Night Ride with Woody

We went for a bike ride from Jewells Crossing to Belmont South partially along the Fernleigh Track and then over the gravel roads to Cold Tea Creek. We saw the WWII tank defences, saw...

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Sausages with crunch!

The Cubs took their Dads, Grandpas, cousins and brothers into the sandhills for a hike and some beautifully toasted sausages. The addition of a sandy crumb was just for added crunch!

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Whale watching

This was better than watching Chil swim! Similar, but better.

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Rock and ladder climbing at the hall

The Joeys and Cubs had a fun night at the hall indoor rock and ship’s ladder climbing this week. It was great to see the increase in their confidence by the end of the...

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Joey bike ride and investing

We had the pleasure of investing two new Joeys into our mob on Wednesday, welcome Sebastian and Tyreece! After staying away for the day rain started right on schedule as the Joeys started their...

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Joey end of term campfire

The Joeys enjoyed an end of term campfire this week, cooking doughboys, roasting marshmallows and singing songs. Those marshmallows sure were good!

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Night hikes are the best

For food reasons, we met at the hall and then drove to Jewell’s crossing. We hiked into the dunes only a short distance before lighting some camp fires and cooking sandwiches on the coals.

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Absolute Gold!

The Cub camp of a lifetime! We followed Akela to Sovereign Hill (Ballarat) to explore the famous history of gold mining in the area. Firstly, we flew from Williamtown to Melbourne and then took...