With nice summer weather and high Scouting Spirits, it was with great pleasure hiking with our little brothers from Pack 167. It was our first visit to Camp Timberline and the Ohanas of Pack 167 sure can host a hike. The Cubscouts worked hand-in-hand with the Boy Scouts as they traversed the Ironwood and Eucalyptus trees cladded forest trails up in the hills of beautiful Makakilo. They worked on their compass direction skills and made sure that the buddy system worked with the numerous whistle blows for buddy checks. Making it up to a scenic point revealed a birds-eye view of Makaha and the ocean horizon. After the hike, most of the scouts cooled off at the camp swimming pool for more fun. It was a sure way to refresh our minds and bodies after a hot hike. The evening was capped off with an awesome campfire which started off with a solemn flag retirement while the song Taps was being played in the background from boy scout bugler Eric. Soon after, the dens all went up and performed their planned skits and improv jokes that made us all remember what Cubscouting spirit is all about. The campfire was then topped off with several songs with the Scout Vesper for the finale. Back at camp, scouts then enjoyed a cup of hot chocolate to help warm their tummies from the cool night breeze. We hope you captured the falling stars that evening and hope for all your wishes to come true.We would like to thank Pack 167 for inviting Troop 75 to your family camp. Your great hospitality and Scouting Spirit made this day very special to us. We sincerely appreciate you and hope we can join you in future activities. BIG MAHALOS!
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