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Troop72 at Fred C. Andersen, Jan. 2-4, 2004

On January 2-4, 2004, boys from Troop72.com of the Boy Scouts of America spent another great weekend at the Fred C. Anderson Scout Reservation near Stillwater, MN. There was just enough wet snow for a meaningful snowball fight on Friday night, before temperatures dropped to the single digits on Saturday. This was the troop's first stay in the Adirondacks cabins, where each patrol gets their own private 8-bunk cabin with no grownups! (Back in the 1970's, these cabins were heated with a wood stove...the gas furnace has taken away some of the charm, but the boys were still enthusiastically unanimous about returning to these smaller patrol cabins next time.) There was also plenty of time for the Woodcarving Merit Badge, aptly taught by guest expert Jim Arneberg.

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