fritz1255 wrote:Big discussion at Roundtable last night about traveling long distances to summer camp. One scoutmaster stated that they were looking at going to a southern locale next summer (we are located right along the Mason Dixon line). After suffering through a couple of days of 90+ weather at our camp this past summer, I gotta ask: what provisions are there at camps in say, Missisippi or Alabama for the heat? While our kids did just fine, the adults were covered with sweat and miserable for most of the two to three 90+ days. Having previously lived in Louisisana and Alabama, I would imagine that 90+ degrees is the norm for July, and it would be miserable with no escape from the heat.
SM-890 wrote:Our troop enjoys Camp Sydney Dew in the NW part of Georgia. We go the last week of camp in July and the numbers are lower, so the boys get extra attention from the staff.
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