Troop 868 in Action
Weekend outing at Camp Wildcat Hollow (May, 2000)
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Located near Russellville, Kentucky, Camp Wildcat Hollow is a 1,200 acre camp operated by the Shawnee Trails Council, BSA. Built and used as a Boy Scout summer resident camp by the former Audubon Council, the camp is now used primarily for Cub Scout summer programs and Boy Scout weekend tent camps. The camp features a private lake for fishing and canoeing; a swimming pool (summer months only), several large parade fields, and an abundance of tent camping sites (each with water and pit toilets).
|Chris and Alex erect their home for the weekend while master firebuilder Jamie enlists the aide of two accomplices in his quest to burn as much wood as possible in a 48 hour period!|
|The troop's resident "nature boy" (Shane) models a rack of deer antlers and displays (with Jeremy's help) a box turtle, both of which he found in the woods within an hour after arrival. (Aaron let the snake go!)|
|Below, some Falcon Patrol members relax around their cooking fire.|