Category Archives: Scout Values

Chilly Willy!!!

It’s 6am. Air temperature is 53 degrees. Mist on the water and 30 scouts poised to take on the first Chilly Willy of the year. Scouting: Challenges accepted! Score: Staff 13, Scouts (and leaders) 2 It’s about the journey – … Continue reading

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Free Time at Camp Tesomas

There are several hours of free time built into the day here at camp.  Scouts always find plenty to do.  From organized special activities to hanging out at the Trading Post, playing cards, gaga ball, nuke ’em, and more!   … Continue reading

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Monday at Tesomas – First Full Day of Camp

The opening campfire brought a very long Sunday to a close. Monday morning came early.  After breakfast, scouts began their activities. Today, these included wilderness survival, shooting sports, eagle quest, water safety, and more. The Tesomas dining hall is a … Continue reading

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At Tesomas

We have all safely arrived at Tesomas. Everything is unloaded and tents are set up.  The Apostle Island contingent are on their way.  Here at Tesomas, some scouts have taken their swimming tests, while others are already enjoying some free … Continue reading

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We’re off to see the Hodag!

Troop 35 arrived at Camp Tesomas and is already in the groove… registering, unloading the troop trailer, organizing the bicycles, setting up camp, getting a camp tour, soon they’ll be heading to dinner, the opening campfire, and getting ready for … Continue reading

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