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Presidio Park Eagle Project

Jake Rasmussen is near the end of his path to Eagle with the completion of his project in San Diego’s Presidio Park. Located on on a heavily-trafficked trail, Jake’s project included replacing a section of retaining wall and constructing a cable railing to improve safety for hikers and bicyclists. Thank you scouts for your service and congratulations, Jake!

Scouts replacing a section of retaining wall with added drainage for water runoff.
Scouts from the last shift wrap up the wire railing.

Troop 506G Conquers Kern River

Kern River CA
Kern River CA

Trip Highlights:

  • ALIEN ENCOUNTER!!! Or was it Santa?
  • Trash Dumpster in our camp (but surprisingly not smelly despite heat)
  • Campsite squatters in Lea’s campsite
  • Magical soap bottle from Monica — it just never seemed to diminish despite everyone using it
  • Lea’s Sprinkles Birthday Cupcakes
  • Going vertical with our raft and 3 adults falling out (super fun!!)
  • Lots of splashing fun
  • Hopefully no flesh eating amoeba infested lake water
  • Jumping fish in Lake Isabella
  • One Hamentash or many hamentashen?
  • Hot Day + Cool refreshing lake & river = Perfect Time

Troops 506B & 506G at Camp Emerald Bay

Troop 506B Camp Emerald Bay 2021
Troop 506G Camp Emerald Bay, 2021

The girls of 506G headed over to Catalina Island with our Venture Crew June 20-26, and the boys of 506B followed June 27-July 3. Many thanks to the parents who volunteered and made it happen! Here’s the trip by the numbers:

Troop 506B

  • 30 = scouts (troop record!)
  • 75 = merit badges completed

Troop 506G

  • Report pending…please stand by….

Image: Sunrise over Catalina Island, photo by Adrienne Markworth, 2021.

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