The cubs haven’t been to the Log Cabin for a while, so there was a great element of mystery about the trip for most of them. We set off Friday night in great spirits and there was only a *little* adventure on the way. After food and the usual
fights spirited discussions over who got to sleep where we went on a night hike, under a particularly beautiful night sky (which we had to lie down to properly appreciate, of course). There was some under bridge exploration, satellite spotting and some cubs still seemed to think they were quiet enough to see deer along the way. I think coming down through the trees, ankle deep in leaves, was most cubs’ highlight of the weekend. Hiking up to the Lime Kiln, finding antlers along the way, was good, cooking some lunch was better. Hiking back through the trees was voted *lots* better than the road walk. We experimented with colouring hard boiled eggs (with onion skins, red cabbage and tumeric), the cubs ventured out into the dark to solve clues on the Light Hike and we played the ever popular Werewolves, as well as river activities and swings the Ventures sorted for us.
We want to thank the cubs that prepared our dinner Saturday, they did a great job, and special thanks to the Venture scouts that came to help out, definitely a fantastic job, much appreciated.
These are a few of the photos, there are more to follow!