Day 6 was a fun filled extravaganza of a day for the 19th Bolton. The whole squad pioneered up the slightly treacherous Mt. Bluff. The whole Gang followed Mev to the summit to be met by a fantastic view. The view spanned 360 degrees and the troop was able to see mainland America, the lake on which we Canoed earlier and the vast woodland and pine forests around Vancouver Island. The sharp descent was rather dangerous; to which the likes of Snape even slipped.
After a quick dip in the lake to cool off, we all got into ‘the swing of things’ with the troop table tennis tournament with the heavyweight title challengers Tom Paterson and Abigail Devenney were knocked out by Rohit The Destroyer and the vigorously Jazz handed James Stevens respectively.
Upon the close to proceedings, the troop went on an outing to the nearby town Sooke. Many visited the museum to learn the socio-cultural life of the Canadian tribesmen. Others went to the nearby Burrito stall to which the stall bearers must have made a small fortune. After eating, the troop explored the various craft stalls around the museum and bought things for their parents. To any parents or internet stalkers reading this, I really hope you all enjoy your fancy soap.
And now after a strenuous leg day for all, there isn’t much left for me to say. On behalf of the 19th Bolton Scout troop, the Ginger bros Burrito stall and Our merciful Lord God. I’d like to wish you the best of luck to all reading.
James S, PL of Swifts and dedicated camp vest top wearer