Submitted by Nancy Mucklow
Troop Trek 2018 included 48 Girl Scouts from many Colorado troops and a herd of cows at the Fetcher Ranch near Steamboat Lake! We camped, cooked, and earned a few badges along the way! With perfect weather, we tried new ways of cooking, made survival shelters, hiked with friends, and celebrated a weekend of camping the Girl Scout way!
Girls from Junior, Cadette, and Senior/Ambassador troops in four different regions gathered to camp together, make new Girl Scout friends, and learn new skills. From building survival shelters to Dutch oven cooking, to lashing and outdoor skills, troops of girls also learned a bit about ranching and how beef cows fit into the food chain.
Innovators and Risk-Takers, all of the girls were part of a Pick 4 Dessert Competition where they picked from various ingredients and had one hour to create a delicious dish to be judged and shared. From Dirt Cake to Blueberry Cobbler to ooey-gooey s’mores, all of the dishes were a big hit!
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