For the 40+ scouts, adult leaders, and family members who attended the campout, the eclipse was a truly inspiring event. There were plenty of activities over the long weekend including hiking, swimming, visiting a fish hatchery, stargazing, and earning the Astronomy merit badge, but the highlight was being in the path of totality for the eclipse. It's cliche to say it, but words and images cannot do justice to what we witnessed.

The bonus benefit was the cultural experience of meeting and learning about the Warm Springs tribal confederation. They allowed us to stay in their park free of charge and in return we serviced the camp and nearby community center, and assisted as campground hosts. We also cooked and served dinner for their community BBQ, attended a Pow Wow, and visited the tribal museum. Meeting and getting to know the people, learning about their history, and interacting with them at the social events was truly rewarding.

The boys of the troop were excellent ambassadors and did an outstanding job representing Troop 525 and the Boys Scouts of America.

Troop 525 does many of these types of outings and activities. Come visit us and see what we're all about!

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