Marine, Navy sons learn life skills at camp

 

Last updated 8/14/2008 at Noon

Boy Scouts and troop leaders with Troop 789 pose for a photo while attending a week-long summer camp on Catalina Island.

Seventeen Boy Scouts and six adult leaders from the Camp Pendleton-based Troop 789 attended a week-long summer camp July 19-27 at Emerald Bay on Catalina Island along with along with Troop 223 from Pacific Palisades.

The scouts of Troop 789, whose ages vary from 11 to 15, experienced a wide variety of activities on the ocean, including snorkeling, rowing, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, wake boarding and tubing. They also participated in several activities ashore, such as rifle, shotgun and archery shooting, mountain biking, leather crafts and hiking.

The scouts also spent time learning ocea...



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