Pack 536 Webelos (and a Bear) got to camp with scouts from Troop 536. Scoutmaster Roy and his Troop are our new camping buddies! Goodnight from Camp Post! Gage from Troop 536 teaching our guys about how an axe yard is used. Our fearless hike leader Steve Hoggard sharing a little information about the trail during a break. Is there a trail down there? Here’s an old bridge someone built way back in the day… The tin roof of the dugout. We reached the dugout. The dugout was primitive, but impressive. The flag made by all the scouts for our camp, dubbed “Camp Hogan”. Lots of scouts worked hard to create this doorway and fort at our campsite. We hiked south of our campsite to an old dugout. We skinned our knees a little when we fell off the edge of the map, but everyone was okay.