Troop 964 Rafting Trip 2019

When:September 6th-September 8th, 2019   

Who: Scouts who have signed up and passed a swimming test.  

Leader:  Randy Fulp.  Mobile (336) 414-4431

What:  Rafting at either the Nantahala River or the Tuckasegee River

Where: Wildwater Lodge at Nantahala in Bryson City, NC

More Details:

When: 

Departure: Friday September 6, 2019 5:00pm Mount Tabor Methodist Church

Return: Sunday September 8, 2018 to Mount Tabor Methodist Church at 3:00pm

Who:

            Scouts and Leader who have signed up and paid the $60 fee.  

            Scouts attending should be comfortable with swimming, and have footwear for rafting in a whitewater river.  

What:

            Premise: 

 Troop 964 will travel to the Nantahala River Gorge and sleep in the Wildwater bunk rooms and raft on the Nantahala River (if it is open) or the nearby Tuckasegee River. Both are beautiful and scenic mountain rivers with safe, but exciting, whitewater rapids.  

            Meals:

Friday dinner:  Bring a bag dinner with you

Saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner will be cooking by patrol.  Patrols have met and menus have been made.  

 Sunday breakfast will be cooking by patrol

 Sunday Lunch:  Bring money $$ for the lunch on the way back 

            Gear:

                                    Clothing:  A Scout always travels in Class A, so wear it Friday.  For the rafting a swimsuit should be worn with shorts over the top. Shoes that are attached to your feet and can get wet are required! No Crocs in the river.  Either sandals that attach firmly to your feet or old tennis shoes that can and will get wet.  The weather will be mild otherwise, but always bring your rain jacket. 

                                    Sleeping gear:  Sleeping bag, sleeping pad, and fitted sheet (optional) .  We will be sleeping in a bunk room style building. This is a car camping trip, but pack carefully.  Everything you bring should fit into one duffel or backpack.  

                                    Other gear: Bring your mess kit and utensils.  Headlamp. Towel and toiletries. Cards or small games, and a book.  

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