|The troop's top orienteering team — the|
Carnivorous Panda Patrol's Michael (right)
and Aiden (left) — receiving words of advice from
Assistant Scoutmaster Christian Dagg
as they start the course.
|Scouts and leaders traversed a log-and-cable bridge as part|
of their long journey with their meager belongs to
SIFAT's Global Village.
|Scouts and leaders take in the stark contrast between|
their ways of living and the living accommodations of
SIFAT's simulated urban slum city.
|Scouts and leaders slept overnight in authentic replicas of homes|
(often built by natives of that country). Scouts stayed in Nigeria (left)
and Uganda (top right), and leaders stayed in Liberia (bottom right).
|SPL Andrew works to get a fire started in the
Ugandan hut's rocket stove and breakfast of
ugali onto boil Sunday morning.
|All that remained of the ugali prepared
in the Nigerian area.
|With the help of SIFAT staff member Becca,|
Scouts ground their own corn for their
|(Top left) Selecting chips; (top right) the white "have nots";|
(bottom left) the blue "have somes"; and
(bottom right) the "have too muchs"
|Chartered Organization Representative|
Michael Tullier is the last to cross the
Global Village rope bridge as part of the
tour of countries.
For more photos from the troop's SIFAT outing, visit the troop's online photo album.