A couple of weekends ago I, along with my Co-leader took our troop on an overnight training called-Camping for Dummies. Where I earned my camp certification and the girl’s learned camping skills and safety.
The Munchkin really enjoyed outdoor cooking
She really took to starting the camp fires and keeping it going! (less work for me)
Our fearless leaders a Mom and Daughter team.
We learned to tie 3 different types of knots.This one is a square knot.
A little hike! During which we saw a couple of Eagles and Deer.
Bell Manor @ Camp Conowingo
Camp Conowingo is 600 acres of forest and fields adjacent to the Susquehanna River in Conowingo, Maryland and is the home of Bell Manor, a historic Victorian home from the 1860’s. Camp Conowingo is the home of Girl Scouts of Central Maryland’s summer Resident Camp program.
The view in front of Bell Manor
Tah Dah!!!! We used the Box Oven that I posted about a couple of weeks ago to make brownies for dinner and then again in the morning to make biscuits! It worked GREAT!
First we had to get the coals hot, we accomplished this by using a #10 can or empty paint can with holes at the bottom. Fill with newspaper and coals. It took about 20 minutes for the coals to be ready.
The cans are the oven rack
Lower the box and use a stick to vent
Omelets in a bag!Pin It