Each boy decorated their own visors. (The pack was divided up into four teams, with matching colored visors for identification.) R's visor above says that he's the Commanding Officer of Cosmic Blast.
T used scissors to decorate his visor and wrote on it that he was the King of Cheesecake for the Neptune team (don't ask me, I just really don't know.) In this picture M is teaching the Neptune team how to play mini frisbee golf, with the flying saucers (frisbees) that they decorated themselves.
Here's an example of one of the frisbees --this one is decorated by a friend.
M proudly shows off his "flying saucer" with a big CM for "Cubmaster."
Each team decorated a rocket ship to identify their picnic table -- this is Neptune's rocket.
R had a good time fishing, trying out his new bamboo pole. He actually won the award for catching the most fish. He caught fish. Too bad I didn't get a picture of any of them! He won a fishing pole for a prize. Since he already has two fishing poles, he gave his prize to a boy who loved the fishing and doesn't have a pole.
T is working on building his rocket. He's pretty excited to launch it.
Ready for takeoff. T minus 5-4-3-2-1
R gets ready to set his rocket off. He loves doing rockets!
Another successful blastoff!
Campfires are always great.
We made "candy apples" which were apples with raisins, brown sugar, and marshmallows.
Here's the whole group with all the kids and adults.
After dessert, the boys brought down the flag. At this point, I went home and slept in my comfy bed, while M and the boys stayed the night in the tent. They were home after breakfast on Sunday, just in time for church.