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This is a picture of our camp site at Forester.  We had twenty people camped on this hill top.  The one day of rain - we watched the water run down the hill. 
This is the first day of Horsemanship merit badge class.  The class was taught by the Head Wrangler.  The majority of horses at the Ranch are retired racing horses, mostly Quarter horses.  There were no ponies, so even the new Scouts learned to ride a full-size horse.
The troop's Head Wrangler, Mr. Rhodes, shows everyone how it is done.  Here he is on his favorite horse - Devlin.
The Swamp Tromp - your chance to play in a swamp for an hour.  We only had one participant - guess who?  That's him covered in muck.  TJ where are you?  In the end, everyone was covered with black muck and had to take several showers to get rid of the dirt and the smell.
One of the many horse trips that the troop took while at summer camp.  This ride took the troop along the shores of the Lockwood Lake.
The troop's entry into the Lockwood Regatta.  The raft floated well but ended up being top heavy from the chair. Overall, the troop came in second out of 14 troops for the water carnival, which included nine events.

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