SOUTHWEST TRAILBLAZERS 2018 CAMPOUT SCHEDULE
Friday Evening (Can of soup & bring own sandwiches)
(No cream soup)
MAY 18-19, Graner/ changed to Hamond Lake Camp ground
Friday Evening (Pot luck)
continuation of the breakfast.
Our host giving the high sign.
Our pancake cookers keeping the line moving.
The group returning from a hay ride, sight seeing in our Host's back area.
This was another breakfast "breakfast in a bag". Yes we enjoy our meals.
A tour of the Historic area where a local hero from the past, Hugh Glass begin a life experience
that caused a book to be written and the movie "The Revenant" to be produced.
Conversations were abundant.
getting ready for the meeting.
Our president and Sec. enjoying a joke.
The Hosts did their usual good job.
The Saturday attendance had more of the drive ins in attendance.
There was a good turnout.
Fran and Earnest Fritz were celebrating their 59 anniversary on this 15th day of Sept.
Got to watch that you don't over cook the spaghetti!
And what about the garlic toast? I think Louise was moving to get out of the picture, got you.
One of the few times you can catch Virginia sitting down!
Here's the group in the hall listening to his venture.
This shows 2 buffalo fighting and if you look closely it tells the story of the Custer massacre.
An art selection of an octopus.
Outside on the north side of the building is a new work of a moose.
Boss Cowman Square.
On Friday evening Luther and Luana with the help of Bob Hatz and Wilbert a fish fry was the supper.
Oh, Oh, good!
tables were set up on the East side of the house.
Everyone had a wonderful time.
Here are the guys cooking the fish in hot oil.
the cooks were the last to eat.
On Sunday those that stayed, caravanned to Regent and set up our campers than off to see the enchanted HI way. The Farmer sculpture the 1st one come North from Regent.
Number 2, is the sculpture of Teddy Roosevelt and the stage coach.
One of our guests from Velva ND, Vern Kelly took a closer look at the Stage Coach.
Number 3 Is the Pheasants.
Number 4 the Fish.
Number 5 the grass hoppers.
More of the grass hoppers.
Number 6 is the Deer.
And way back in there is a maze made of iron and steel.
These are some that are in Regent at the Enchantment center. We also had supper at the Enchanted Castle which has been built on the school grounds in the last few years. It has a restaurant, bar, and rooms to rent.
And number 7 is the sculpture of the geese as seen from I94.
A view of shelter with campers around.
The area had room for all 5 of our campers.
Bob was playing old - time music on his player.
Getting ready to have lunch.
Friday night main course was German krout with "nip", 5 doing the nips.
Was a beautiful view of the hills around the heart river.
Our group meeting at 9 am on Saturday
Those members in attendance.
members on the other side of room.
more participating in games.
The Committee and helpers
The Northern Lights chapter from Minot joined us.