Friday, October 23, 2009
The Cisco Kid getting all his awards.
The Chief pinning the Bobcat Badge on the Cisco Kid.
Now we are working on the Tiger Cub Badge requirements. Starting in November we will be working on "Making my family Special".
Thursday, October 22, 2009
This is a map of all the activities.
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
On the night of the Boys Scout Camp out, we were all sitting around the fire and the boys were telling scary stories. The Cisco kid raised his hand wanting to tell a story. Before I could ask him what he was going to say, he was picked to tell his story. He told it like this.
Once upon a time there were boys sitting around a fire like this. And then, one of the boys got his leg cut and he started to bleed. And then, he cut his arm and it started to bleed. And then, he had to go to the hospital when a tornado came and there was a snake in the tornado. The tornado went away and left the snake and it bit the boy. Good thing they were close to the Hospital.
That was the Cisco kids version of a scary story. He left the entire group laughing with his wild imagination and you can tell he was making it up as he was going. He was so brave to get up in front of all those people he just met, and start telling his story with no real plan in mind.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
We started our day with a great game of volley ball.
Tug of war
The boys were looking forward to the BB gun shooting range.
The boys were so proud of their targets. The Cisco Kid got very close to the center.
We took a break for lunch and the Boy Scouts put on a full spread of sandwich meats and cheese. After lunch we went right back to the activities by making a sun catcher.
Running to third base.
Archery, another one of the boys favorites.
Singing songs around the camp.
After all the song singing we had dinner of Hamburgers, hot dogs and chicken with all the fixings. After dinner we went to the Bon Fire ceremonies and participated in skits.
Then it was time for the Haunted trail walk. The boy scouts did a great job decorating the trail and walking around not being too scary for the Cub Scouts. After the haunted trail walk it was time to get around the camp fire and roast marshmallows and eat smores