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Comments Off on Klondike, January 9

At the Klondike Derby in Easton, everyone had fun in the snow. We were able to work together as a team and get first place. We all wanted to win but that wasn’t the goal. Our second team was able to do the same and get third place. Everyone had fun overall! Traton

Comments Off on Mount St Helens and Ape Caves Campout, November 7-8

At the ape caves, we all had fun because we were able to climb all over the rocks. The weather was heavy rain, but we still able to have fun with the camp. Half of the group decided to climb Mt St Helens on Sunday. Snow, snow and more snow. Traton

Comments Off on Twins Receive Eagle Rank on Same Night, October 6

Zachary and Nathan were award Eagle on the same night. They are super excited and very thankful for all of those who helped them get to where they are today. They are 15 and plan on staying involved with troop while earning their Eagle Palms and more badges.

Comments Off on Fort Flagler Campout, September 25-27

From Seattle Times “When most people talk about “that fort over by Port Townsend, you know, the big state park,” the usual answer is, “Oh, Fort Worden! I love that place.” And it’s well-known for good reasons: its full palette of arts events, its distinguished collection of officers quarters offered for rent, its lighthouse that prompts everyone to reach for the camera phone, and eye-goggling vistas of saltwater and mountains. Not everyone knows it has a twin sister, of a sort, in Fort Flagler, only three miles away as the cormorant flies, with many of the same fine qualities. Hidden at road’s end on Marrowstone Island, across the bay from Port Townsend, Flagler’s off-the-beaten-path character gives it an edge. It’s also bigger than Fort Worden, with almost double the acres (784) and almost twice the saltwater shoreline (3.6 miles) of its better-known sibling. Actually, as siblings go, Fort Flagler […]

Comments Off on Hot Dog Sales at Soos Creek Botanical Garden for Kent Days, August 15

Soos Creek Botanical Garden and Heritage Center is open to the public, pairing the experience of strolling amid inspirational, mature gardens with the fascinating local history of the Soos Creek Plateau. Soos Creek Botanical Garden is dedicated to promoting the enjoyment, understanding and conservation of plants and the natural world along with our community’s local history through education, research, and stewardship. We invite you to experience our gardens and programs with us, as we continue to enhance them. Mission Soos Creek Botanical Garden provides a diversity of gardens for the public to enjoy, including inspirational gardens based upon international, regional, and historical gardens, while providing education and conservation of horticulture, the environment, and history. On this day, the troop sold hot dogs and water to earn funds to go to camp in 2016.