Bright and early this beautiful Saturday morning, (8:30 am September 16, 2017) a group of Troop 12 parents and scouts arrived at
Camp Glen Gray to begin this season’s Work Day, where we prepped the cabin for the upcoming Scout season.
Camp Glen Gray’s 100th anniversary totem pole.
Glen Gray Plaque from Essex County.
One of Glen Gray’s vehicles for hauling stuff.
Carcass of a critter on the camp grounds.
Drew Baumgardt giving a lecture on safety.
Drew continues his safety talk.
A view of the wood chopping station. On the left are all the stumps the team went through (and a few others off camera). And Drew’s assistant topping up the splitter.
One of the local critters, a salamander.
Alternate view of the salamander.
Mr. Hartinger and Armaan N. positioning another stump of wood in the wood splitter.
Mr. Hartinger on the wood splitter
Mr. Hartinger demonstrating what 3.5 tons of pressure can do to a piece of wood.
Even my phone though it was too hot today. This was the message on my iPhone today, it was in the sun too much!
Mr. Lagasse on the wood splitter
Mr. Lagasse tossing aside pieces of wood split from the wood splitter
Legacy BSA Safe Ice Thickness Chart in the cabin.
The cabin’s new burners. Gone is the old stove top and mouse-home oven.
Some of the wood cleared out from the cabin.
All of the unusable stuff from the pantry that was cleared out.
Meeting on the way out of Glen Gray
Isn’t that…why yes, I believe it is… it’s Nature Boy!
Nature Boy snaps a picture of another critter’s home.
One of Glen Gray’s many critters built itself an interesting home.
Interesting mushrooms growing in Glen Gray.
Another Glen Gray critter, the trading post dog in greeter mode.
Bird’s next, evidence of another critter at Glen Gray.
Special thanks to
Drew Baumgardt for managing the camp for every other day that we’re not there. Participants:
Eagle Scout Sam Josyln
Eagle Scout Arjun Nischol Armaan N.
Justin Leong Eagle candidate