This bike trip was a sight to see. Unlike other bike trips we just rode our bikes down a huge trail. This trip was different from all the rest. We stayed in a campsite about 20 minutes from Cannon Mtn. We took a tram up to the top of Cannon Mtn which is about 4000 feet in elevation. We saw great sights from a observation platform. Next we biked a 5 mile trail all the way to flume gorge.
The ten scouts that went on the Cape Cod Bike trip had a awesome time. We stopped at the Cape Cod National Sea Shore. While we were there we saw whales, and seals breaching the surface. While at the lodge, we had our first Scout Master Challenge in which we had to tie a piece of spaghetti into a square knot. After many attempts trying tie the piece of spaghetti, we managed to complete it.
Thank you to Troop 77 of Middletown, RI for inviting us to camp with you at Yawgoog Scout Reservation. The camp was awesome, and we had a great time. We hope to have you camp with us at Treasure Valley very soon.
Last Sunday, a number of scouts sacrificed their mornings to volunteer with helping the crew teams from across New England set up. Instead of being in bed, they braved 4 hours out in the rain and wind.
June 13, 2015 Brownstone Park
161 Brownstone Avenue
Portland, Conn. 06480
**LEAVING Christ the King Sat 6/13 @ 8:30AM so get there a bit early. Returning to CTK that night at 7:30PM
- Eat Breakfast at home.
- Bring min $10 for lunch at the Snack Shack (extra $ if you want snacks/drinks thru out the day) or bring a bagged lunch/snacks and drinks.
- Bring a bagged dinner and drink for the ride home.
- Wear and bring sunscreen.