Pack 48 - Nobscot Campout by dandanhuanghuang


									                              Pack 48 - Nobscot Campout
                                            October 16 and 17, 2010

Cost:   There are two different signups and amounts due for this trip:

        Campout - $10.00 per person paid to Pack 48 for the Pack 48 Campout. Send check for the
        campout to Charlie Paradie. (Checks made out to Pack 48.)

        Cub Day Trek - In addition, each family that will be attending the day activities needs to go on
        the Knox Trail Website and fill out the form and pay $10.00
        per person (via credit card) for the Cub Day Trek on the web site. Be sure to sign up for the
        correct day. You are able to go either day. Most people in our Pack usually sign up for

Where: Overnight campout at Nobscot Scout Reservation, Sudbury, MA.

Directions: Follow Edgell Road in Framingham 3.5 miles past Rte 9. Look for Nobscot sign / entrance
        on the left after the Framingham Animal Hospital on the right. Nobscot Scout Reservation is on
        the Framingham / Sudbury line. Parking is limited, so if you can car pool with someone, please

Facilities: The Pack will be staying at Haynes Lodge. The cabin sleeps 24 in bunks with mattresses.
         The first 24 (including adults and scouts) that signup and pay will be assigned a bunk.
         There is plenty of room on the floor (bring a sleeping pad) for everyone else or bring a tent. The
         cabin does have electricity and a wood stove. There is an outdoor fireplace with water (pump)
         and latrines near by. The cabin is about ½ mile with an uphill climb from the parking lot. The
         Scouts may want to pack some of their belongings in a day pack, with their parent carrying the
         rest (we may have to take two trips with the Pack gear). The Pack will provide the meals noted

Schedule / Activities:
Saturday 8:30 am – Meet at Nobscot parking lot. Bring in gear, set-up and free time.
           11:30 am – 6:30 pm Cub Day Trek with Scavenger Hunt, Crafts, Games, Scout Skills,
           Hiking, Dinner and Campfire. We will be with 400 other Cubscouts and families for the day
           participating in the various activities planned and run by the Council.
           6:30 pm – Back to site, Pack 48 campfire, cracker-barrel.
Sunday - Breakfast, Cleanup, Free time, Pack up and Depart parking lot by 10:30 am.

Saturday Lunch – Pack a bag lunch from home. Will be eating lunch during Cub Day Trek activities.
Saturday Dinner – Included, part of Cub Day Trek, in the past has been hot dogs, beans, etc or spaghetti.
Saturday Evening - Cracker-barrel at our site
Sunday Breakfast – Pancakes, sausages, juice, hot chocolate, coffee at our site

Equipment: See the attached personal gear lists. Remember that it can get down to the low 40’s at night.
      I will take care of all the Pack gear list. Scouts and Parents are required to bring items on the
      personal gear list. All Scouts to wear the Scout shirt or Class B for the Cub Day Trek.

Contact Charlie Paradie (4 Little Road) if any questions cell: 617 697-8200 or
                   Cubscout Personal Gear
The following personal gear is required for each person on this overnight campout.
Additional items may added to this list for your personal comfort and convenience. Gear
should be packed in a duffel bag, daypack or backpack and everyone will have to carry
their gear from the parking lot to the cabin (appox. ½ mile). You may also want to bring a
daypack or fanny pack to carry lunch, water, etc. during the day for the Day Trek.

Personal Gear
Tent / ground cloth (if not staying in cabin)
Water bottle
Lunch / Snacks / drinks
Insect repellent
Sleeping bag, pillow
Sleeping pad / mattress
Rain gear
Scout uniform
Durable shoes
Change of clothing
Warm Jacket, sweatshirt, sweatpants
Toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, washcloth, towel, comb, etc

Optional Items
Paper / Pencil

Pack Gear List (Items supplied by the Pack)
First Aid kit
Food (except lunch)
Cooking utensils / Cook kit
Cleaning Supplies
Stove / Fuel
Water container
Trash bags
Paper towels
Toilet paper
Eating utensils, cups, plates
Saw / hatchet

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