The Scouts were blessed with good weather, although a bit balmy, being well prepared with wind proofs certainly helped.
Whilst some went fishing, a few took out a potato cannon. Ready,
Aim, fire ……..
Bag, Woosh, Wow, where did that potato go? Somes Island?
Perhaps we can bop a whale with this.
Fishing was fun too, lots of bate, and high hopes.
The three fishermen salute.
Finally, we have caught up with him.
Article in Lower Hutt News.
St. Augustines made up 20+ of the 448 Scouts and Ventures at the Lower North Island camp at Brookfields in Wainuiomata this year.
The previous night, Scouts went down to the Petone Fore shore, around the Hikoikoi Reserve Disc Golf area also clean up as much rubbish as they could find, before playing a round of Disc Golf themselves.
Held in the special open air service area surrounded by trees, nestled by nature
And then the fun nature of the Keas, Cubs, Scout, bursts out again
but where was Glen? We all missed him.
Pablo proudly carrying the giant St. Augustine flag with Renee.
Back at camp, the magic discovery of the nature found all around us.
–> Good Night <–
–> Good Morning <–
St. Augustines Group Camp – Brookfield Campsite – Themed the Highland Games.
Let the games begin.
Gently does it.
Ready aim fire…
Before the swim, the Keas were privileged to a tour of the inner workings of McKenzie pool, where they learnt about water filtration.