Troop 868 in Action

Weekend outing at Camp Wildcat Hollow (May, 2000)

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Located near Russellville, Kentucky, Camp Wildcat Hollow is a 1,200 acre camp operated by the Shawnee Trails Council, BSA.  Built and used as a Boy Scout summer resident camp by the former Audubon Council, the camp is now used primarily for Cub Scout summer programs and Boy Scout weekend tent camps.  The camp features a private lake for fishing and canoeing; a swimming pool (summer months only), several large parade fields, and an abundance of tent camping sites (each with water and pit toilets).

Chris and Alex erect their home for the weekend while master firebuilder Jamie enlists the aide of two accomplices in his quest to burn as much wood as possible in a 48 hour period! 
The troop's resident "nature boy" (Shane) models a rack of deer antlers and displays (with Jeremy's help) a box turtle, both of which he found in the woods within an hour after arrival.  (Aaron let the snake go!)  
Below, some Falcon Patrol members relax around their cooking fire.