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¥Arrive at campsite. Set up tents and bedding. Gather fuel supply if needed and permitted.
¥Raise U.S. flag with ceremony.
¥Have nature hike. Do activity badge work.
¥Boy-adult teams prepare and eat sack lunch. Clean up.
¥Have activity badge work or swimming.
¥Boy-adult teams build cooking fires and prepare dinner. Den eats as a group.
¥Wash dishes and clean up.
¥Lower U.S. Flag with ceremony.
¥Have Campfire program.
¥Air Bedding. Clean up campsite.
¥Boy-adult teams prepare and eat breakfast.
¥Wash dishes and clean up
¥Hold religious service. Boy-adult teams may go to a nearby church or a nondenominational service may be held at the campsite.
¥Strike camp. Leave site in better condition than you found it.
¥Departure and arrival
¥From what point do we leave? When?
¥How long will it take to travel to campsite?
¥When will we return?
¥Have you filed a Local Tour Permit?
¥Are reservations or other permits required?
¥Does the campsite lend itself to conservation projects?
¥Is firewood available or do we need to bring it from home?
¥Is the water supply safe or do we need to bring our own?
¥Do we have enough cars and qualified drivers to carry boys, adults and equipment?
¥What about car pooling?
¥What about public transportation?
¥Is there an adult to accompany every boy?
¥Are any substitute adults needed?
¥Is the den chief coming? Was he involved in the planning?
¥Will anyone from a troop be there?
¥Do the boys and adults know what to bring?
¥Who will bring bow saws or axes for cutting wood?
¥Who will bring the first aid kit?
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