Cobargo Show Fundraising
Bermagui Dog Show Fundraising
Cobargo Folk Festival Fundraising
Scouts - Activity Photos - page 2
Construction Camp Nov 2014.
The Cobargo Scouts, along with 1 Lone Cub, 1 Lone Scout and Lone Scout Leader, camped out the back of the showgrounds for the weekend, built a bridge across the creek, and also set up a trampoline. Many different types of ropes, as well as pulleys and various construction techniques were used with everyone attending getting an opportunity to brush up on their knots and lashings, and earn various badges.
Laying out the main ropes
Lashing the 1st frame
Michelle showing us how its done
Taran lashing some poles together.
Ellery lashing some poles together.
Feeding rope through the pulleys
Tensioning the ropes
Tying on the hand rails.
Looking good, just needs the framework put up.
Putting up the frames.
Putting up the frames
Lesson on using anchors
Lesson on how you finish the end of a rope.
Paige Lashing the hand rails to the frame.
Keeley testing the bridge
Setting up the trampoline.
Graham testing the trampoline.
Hanging around on the trampoline.
Ellery enjoying the peace and quiet.
Graham and Taran
One of the cubs testing the bridge.
On the bridge.
On the trampoline.
Luke helping a joey negotiate the bridge.
Ellery on the bridge.
On the Bridge.
Even the "big kids" got to play on the bridge.
Paige getting a lesson on how to tie a clove hitch.
Taran on the bridge.
Dawn Service at Delegate
At the service.
Scouts at Delegate
Anzac Day Breakfast
Ready to go.
At lunch with too much energy. Time for the afternoon ride
Merimbula Bike Hike and Anzac Day Service at Delegate 2015.
Scouts from the Far South Coast district, Including Batemans, Bay, Moruya, Cobargo and Merimbula, went on the annual bike hike, (hosted by Merimbula Scouts) starting at Delegate and finishing at south Wolumla cemetery. The Scouts attended the dawn Anzac Day service at Delegate before heading off on the Bike ride. On the Saturday evening, they slept last at Rocky Hall by the river. It rained a little, and they enjoyed a massive bonfire. On Sunday they had lunch at Myrtle mountain lookout.