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TROOP 55 SKI/TUBE TRIP
Feb 13-15
Ski Trip Agenda
Friday
5:00 pm Be at St Francis
5:30 pm Depart St Francis via bus ( Class T -- No Electronics except cell phones!!!!)
****Proper Cold Weather Gear Required ****
Bring your own brown bag dinner, drinks and snacks (4 hour ride)
8:45 p.m. Arrive Canaan Valley Lodge
Note: Lodge is where the sleeping rooms and Spruce/Balsam
Room are located
11:00pm Curfew/Taps
Ski Trip Agenda
Saturday
7:00- 8:30 am Buffet Breakfast, Spruce/Balsam Rooms in lodge *Mandatory for all scouts –
Get breakfast and lunch voucher from Mrs. Hauda
8:40 am Leave for ski slope (persons taking lessons on first shuttle with Mr. Ye. Shuttle
holds 50 and has ski/snowboard racks)
9:00 am Pick up ski/snowboard gear at rental shop
9:30 am Ski/Snowboard Lessons with Mr. Ye
0n your own Lunch – use voucher at Bear Paw in Food Court at ski slope
Before leaving slope Return gear if not using Sunday / Store gear overnight if using Sunday
Lockers for gear storage available at ski slope – bring $1 or coins
6:00 – 7:30 pm Dinner in Spruce/Balsam Rooms in lodge
7:30pm **Mandatory check in at Spruce/Balsam for all scouts – voucher **
8:30pm Last shuttle bus back to lodge
11:00pm Curfew/Taps
Ski Trip Agenda
Sunday
7:00-8:30am Buffet Breakfast and lunch Spruce/Balsam room
***Mandatory for all scouts***
Get breakfast and lunch voucher from Mrs. Hauda
7:00-8:00 am Pack gear and bring to breakfast at Spruce/Balsam room
8:30 amSr. patrol leader Room sweep, keys returned to Lisa Hodge
9:15 am Rooms empty
9:30 am Ski/Snowboard
11:00am Tubing (2hrs)
on your own Lunch (for skiers/boarders) – use voucher at Bear Paw at ski slope
1:30 pm Lunch (for tubing) – use $$ given to you by Mr. Ongman for lodge lunch
10:00 am-4:00pmIce Skating – unlimited, anytime skating (for Tube/Skate pkg)
3:30pm Complete Return of rental gear
4:30pm Mandatory meet in Spruce/Balsam in lodge for check-in and luggage pick-up
5:00pm Depart Canaan Valley,
6:00pm Stop for dinner at McDonalds in Moorefield
***Bring money for dinner stop on bus ride home***
~8:45pm Return to St. Francis
Other Useful Information
Recommended cash for Scouts: $50 plus some single dollars or change for lockers
(Note: both lockers and arcades take quarters)
Lockers Available at Ski slope: In rental shop $0.50 each use
In Bear Paw hallway at slope $0.25 each use
Ski Storage: Overnight ski storage – use lockers
Shuttle bus:
Runs 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., cycles every 20 min
15 min from Lodge to ski slope
10 min from Lodge to Tubing hill
Lodge Area Activities: Ice skating ($7 bring money if not in pkg),
Arcade (bring money)
Tubing Hill
$23 if not in package
Snow Sport Merit Badges:
No merit badge counselor, so video tape techniques if you want to seek the merit badge
Pre-SM/SM Conferences on bus?
Scout Service on the return bus ride
****IF YOU DON’T WANT TO SHARE A BED, BRING A SLEEPING BACK****
***NO SWIMMING ON THIS TRIP***
Proper ski equipment
Gloves
Socks
Goggles
Ski Pants
Jackets (layers)
*HELMETS*
required by BSA
Temperatures without wind chill
Friday
Hi: 14oF Lo: 2oF
Saturday Hi: 23oF Lo: 10oF
Sunday
Hi: 22oF Lo: 10oF
Brrrrr
Ski Trip Checklist
Clothing:
(There are a lot of different ways to dress for winter sports. Some will keep you
warmer than others.)
Long Underwear
Ski Pants or Bibs (NO JEANS!!)
Outer Layer Jacket (Preferably waterproof/breathable shell)
Gloves or Mittens
Neck Gaiter
Turtleneck
Sweater or Fleece
Socks or Sock Liner (One thin to medium weight pair should do)
Vest (for insulation)
Face Mask
Warm ups for after skiing or riding
Hat or Headband
Ski Trip Check List
Equipment:
(Either renting or have your Board & Boots (or) your Skis, Poles & Boots)
Sunglasses
Goggles
Sunscreen
Lip Balm
Ski or Snowboard lock
Bag to carry clothing, boots and extra equipment
SMART STYLE
http://www.ride7springs.com/page/category.detail/nav/5329.html
Helmets Required by BSA
(included in rentals)
Your Responsibility Code
1. Always stay in control, and be able to stop or avoid other people or objects.
2. People ahead of you have the right of way. It is your responsibility to avoid
them.
3. You must not stop where you obstruct a trail, or are not visible from above.
4. Whenever starting downhill or merging into a trail, look uphill and yield to
others.
5. Always use devices to help prevent runaway equipment.
6. Observe all posted signs and warnings. Keep off closed trails and out of
closed areas.
7. Prior to using any lift, you must have knowledge and ability to load, ride and
unload safely.
8. Buddy system/safety at all times.
Difficulty Rating
More difficult Intermediate
Easiest
Expert
Use caution
Most
Difficult
Freestyle
Terrain park
Ski Lessons
Available for those who registered at
9:30 a.m. on Saturday at the slope
Reminders
1. Scout Spirit. (Scout Oath and Law; Scout behavior)
2. Cell phones permitted – no electronics other than cell phone.
3. Uniform: Class T ; Proper Cold Weather Gear Required
4. Rental Gear: You are responsible for lost or stolen gear
5. Bring brown bag dinner for Friday night
6. Bring money $$ for return dinner, extra tubing, skating, arcade, store, etc.
7. Mandatory breakfast/dinner meals for all scouts. Check in for voucher
8. Safety: Buddy System / Snow Sports Responsibility Code / Skill Level Limits / Helmets
required by BSA for downhill skiing and snowboarding.
9. Have fun
Adult assignments
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Acting Scout Master
Room check in/ out and keys
Meal Vouchers
Ski Slope Bear Paw Food Court
Bill Bonadio
Lisa Hodge
Karen Hauda
Lisa Hodge
Karen Hauda
John Ongman
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Ski Rental and Lifts
Medicine Man
Ski Lessons and Rentals (Saturday)
Tubing (Sunday)
Curfew Taps
Ivo Maric & Raymond Merrill
John Ongman
Jeff Ye and Lisa Hodge
John Ongman
Bill Bonadio
Key Contacts Cell Phones
Cell phones:
Paul Yousef
Will Frank
Mr. Bonadio
Mr. Ye
Mr. Feng
Mr. Ongman
Mr. Maric
Mr. Merrill
Mrs. Hodge
Mrs. Hauda
703-389-1844
703-863-7864
571-431-2125
571-276-5394
703-994-6012
202-246-9516
703-244-5636
703-507-1669
703-403-0893
703-967-4913

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