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Temecula, Ca

posted Dec 4, 2012, 9:30 PM by Stephen Eriksen   [ updated May 29, 2013, 4:30 PM ]

On November 24, the Buffaloes patrol of Troop 359 left for Green Acres Ranch in Temecula, where they would be spending 4 hours of their day.  There, they hoped to earn the Animal Science merit badge.  When the councilor arrived, the boys were close to being asleep.  The councilor started them of with a walk to wake them up.  She showed them cows, a horse with a respiratory problem.  She and her colleague then attempted to wrangle one of the cows into the “chute”.  However, the cows were to fast and evaded them for ten minutes until the girls gave up.  The girls then took the boys down a hill where there were more cows.  After this, the councilor showed the boys some goats and then she took them riding.  Some of the boys were scared at first but got over it.  After the program was finished, the boys drove to their campsite and set up camp.  They cooked beef, mac & cheese, and Tandoori chicken.  They had a campfire program that included a game and then everyone went to bed.  The next day, the boys woke up, ate breakfast, packed up, had chaplain service, and left.


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