Author: chil

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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.

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Welcome aboard

It had rained so much we thought it might turn into a canoe trip down the Ferleigh Track but it stopped raining for the entire time we were out bike riding. Who was in...

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Merchant Navy memorial and boating ourselves

Despite the terrible weather the Merchant Navy memorial was still held, although it was relocated to the Seaman’s Mission on Hannell Street. Our boys did a wonderful job of helping and hoisting the colours...

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Stepping up

Last week they were both presented their Grey Wolf awards, this week they left us! *sigh* Still, they can’t stay in Cubs forever and they’ll love the new adventures. Good luck Lachlan and Konah!...

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Grey Wolf Presentations

Congratulations to both Konah Milton and Lachlan Maddocks on being awarded their Grey Wolf awards. Very well done!

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Pets, star gazing and woodwork

Josh brought in his guinea pigs to show – they’re so cute! We were also lucky enough to have BJ and Lachlan bring in their telescopes so we could do some star gazing, while...

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Breaking the drought …again!

It seems that every time we put up our new tents, the skies open up and try to float them away. The Cubs and Joeys went for a great bike ride (well over 9km) to Belmont...

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Growing the family

It nearly didn’t happen due to the weather but it skirted around us and we were able to get out for a canoe. It would have been a shame to go back to the...

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Third time lucky

After two previous attempts where the weather was too horrible, we finally made it out for a day’s sailing but it was worth the wait! What a glorious day it was to be out...