My older son's Boy Scout Troop hosted the Webelos II (including my younger son) during a camp out at Bellow Beach. Actually, it is Bellows Air Force Station that happens to have an awesome beach (at this link) Since the Webelos II are still Cub Scouts, a "responsible" adult was required to attend. I stayed in a cabin nearby the camp site.
|Here's my cabin overlooking the Pacific Ocean.|
|Steps leading down to the sea.|
|To the left is one of two islands collectively |
named Mokulua (Two Islands).
|To the right is the beach with the |
Ko'olau Mountains in the background.
|In the distance is Rabbit Island (left) |
and Mokapu Outlook (right).
|Here's our den leader ...|
|.... and his younger son.|
|An Army mom who did sleep in a tent!|
|Sherry came for the day as her husband flew |
home from Seattle to swap out for the night.
|One patrol cooked the dinner ....|
|... while others played football with the Webelos|
(Andrew is second from right and David is far right).
|Since Andrew is tall, he is quarterback!|
|The palms remind me that I live in Paradise!|
|The sun rising outside my cabin.|
|A rainbow sent the scouts home with good cheer.|
|I drove home two Webelos - David and Elijah.|
We stopped at the Halona Outlook.
|To the right is the beach scene in the WWII movie,|
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY.
|It was windy and the surf was high.|
|To the left is Sandy Beach, popular for kite flyers.|
|One last stop - the Koko Head Outlook.|
I invite you to share a story of "roughing it".
Kim in Hawaii
|Diamond Head in the distance.|