Gulf Wars - Spring Break 2017

Post date: Oct 5, 2016 5:12:09 PM

Itinerary

Friday, March 10th, 6 pm: Load trailer at annex

Saturday, March 11th

    • 6 am: Leave annex
    • lunch
    • arrive in Lumberton, MS (26 Kings Highway, Lumberton, MS 39455
    • setup camp
    • go eat in town

Sunday, March 12th - Saturday, March 18th: Enjoy Gulf Wars

Sunday, March 19th

    • Leave Lumberton
    • Arrive in Austin

Packing List

Period Clothes:

Regular Clothes(Pack in separate bag):

Toiletries/Beauty:

Camping:

Tote Bag(what goes inside):

Misc:

Fun Activities:

Menu

Sunday

Breakfast

Waffles w/syrup

Bacon

Dinner

Serving Feast in main hall

Monday

Breakfast

Eggs

Bacon

Toast

Dinner

Spaghetti w/meatballs

Green Salad

Garlic Bread

Dessert

Tuesday

Breakfast

French Toast w/syrup

Bacon

Dinner

BBQ Chicken Breasts

Potato Salad

Ranch Beans

Peach Cobbler

Wednesday

Breakfast

Eggs

Bacon

Toast

Dinner

Fajita w/chicken & beef

Rice

Refried Beans

Dessert

Thursday

Breakfast

Waffles w/syrup

Bacon

Dinner

Beef Stew

Dessert

Friday

Breakfast

Eggs

Bacon

Toast

Dinner

Hamburgers w/fixings

Tator Tots

Ranch Beans

Saturday

Breakfast

French Toast w/syrup

Bacon

Checklists

Crew Duty Roster

The Cook is in charge! Breakfast 6:30 am - Dinner 3:00 pm

Websites

Photos

https://flic.kr/s/aHskWtEMki

Ranger Award Possibilities

3.

Cooking.

Plan a menu and purchase the food for at least six people for a two-night campout with at least three meals.

On the campout in requirement 3(a) above, cook the three meals using at least two of the following three methods of cooking: fire/coals, charcoal, stove.

Demonstrate and explain proper safe food-handling methods for outdoor cooking.

Demonstrate that you can prepare backpacking-type trail food using a backpacking-style stove.

Without using any cooking utensils, prepare a meal with the four basic food groups for three people.

Cook an entree, a bread, and a dessert in a Dutch oven.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)

(f)

19.

Outdoor Living History.

Research a historical culture and time period of interest to you, such as Native American, mountain man, pioneer, or Revolutionary/Civil War.

Write a 2,000-word essay or make an outline describing the culture’s dress, food, housing, customs, etc.

Using your research, make an outfit that represents a person or type of person (soldier, farmer, trader, hunter, chief, etc.) from your chosen culture.

Using your research, construct a working tool or weapon out of authentic materials that would have been used by the person you have chosen to represent in requirement (c) above.

Once your clothing and accoutrements are complete, attend and participate in a pow wow, rendezvous, reenactment, historical trek, or other event that includes your chosen culture.

(a)

(b)

(c)

(d)

(e)