Penrose Point campout (Oct. 2016)

Troop 598 Scouts camped out in the rain at Penrose Point, which included a service project pulling a truckload of the invasive English Ivy. The best meal of the trip had to be Carl’s enchillada meal cooked in a dutch oven Saturday night. All of the cooking for the Scouts and adults was done over the open flame in the fire pit which worked quite well. The Scouts visited the bay twice during high tide periods Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning but were unable to see the sand spit (although Carl and Steve did get to walk partway out while the tide was out late Saturday night.) The campsite also was visited by a family of pesky raccoons early Sunday morning.

Photos courtesy Steve Heeb and Irean Gonzales