This past weekend was the Annual Cub Scout Pack Summer trip, but instead of venturing to higher ground, we braved the heat at the beach. Yes, we camped near the beach in Pensacola, Florida. Many leaders suggest it every year and every year a few other leaders are quick to nicks the idea. However, this year we thought we’d give it a turn.
After Breakfast of egg, sausage, & potato scramble, we had a quick FYI meeting and a group picture.
After we hiked over the East part of the park, we went back, gathered up our stuff, and lunch. We drove over to the west side. From there it was time to head to the beach, where we brought lunch for everyone.
We stayed at the beach for several hours and then went back to camp. That evening we were treated to a low country shrimp boil. Yummy! Everyone gathered around the camp fire after dinner, to tell ghost stories, while munching on Jiffy Pop and smores. We had dessert too, which consisted of dutch oven peach cobbler.
Then, it was time to clean and break down camp. Always the sad part of the trip. Alex had been begging us to go back to the beach for more fun, so we decided to head back after getting everything put away.
We stopped for lunch at the Sunset Grille
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