Located on legendary Santa Catalina Island, it is a ferry ride across the channel to a camp that dates to the 1920s. A picturesque cove with sandy beach, swimming area and
Campers of the High Sierra, Holcomb and Cherry Valley camps are home safe and full of adventurous stories.
The Troop had another fun time at Joshua Tree. The troop hiked up to Mt. Ryan, did an orienteering course, and a nice camp fire that had s’mores. All the scouts enjoyed the rock climbing like every year that the troop visits Joshua Tree. And like every year, the nights and mornings are cold with the average temperate at 40 and 50 degrees not including wind chill. At the end of the camp out the troop concluded with a very nice Scout’s Own. Until next year Joshua Tree!
By Ryan Sharpe
by Ryan Sharpe
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