Monday, July 25, 2022

Updated Membership Packet and Progression Guide

 The Membership Welcome Packet has been updated and re-linked on the Resources Page. 

The Progression Guide has also recently been updated by the Association by clarifying the certifying process for the Baden-Powell Award; this document has been re-linked to the Resources Page. 

R4LA Progression Guide

AMRC Welcome Packet

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Friday, May 20, 2022

May AMRC Rover Camp Out

 May 13-14 was our annual Crew camp out. The Crew camped up a canyon near Stockton, UT, the same one we camped in last year. The weather was warm and beautiful!

We had our 3 active members and  one guest. On Friday evening we worked on some Tenderfoot qualifications together and did flag retirement. RSL Sarah also introduced the Crew Motto: "We Slay Dragons!"

Our Crew membership plaque.

Saturday morning we used shovels,  four-wheeler+trailer, and a digger to create a 19 ft circle of sand the campground owner wants to use for a  large tent for Mountain Man Rendevous on Memorial Day weekend. It was a lot  of fun moving sand  around and making the camp ground a better place!

Friday, April 22, 2022

Dooly Knob Trail

 This post has been a long time coming! On Saturday April 16, the Aspen Mountain Rover Crew traveled to Antelope Island and hiked the Dooly Knob (Frary Peak) trail. We didn't make it all the way to Dooly Knob, but Candidate Alex made it about 1/3 of the way, and RSL Sarah and Rover Mate Lance made it more than halfway. We had a guest with us, the RSL's cousin Peter. There were spectacular views of the drying inland sea bed and the purple Wasatch Mountains to the east. 

Sunday, February 13, 2022

Camp fire Cooking

The Crew got together in the yard of the RSL's brother and cooked campfire bread. Rover Mate Lance showed us homemade stoves that only require a little alcohol to burn. It was lots of fun!

The homemade stove.

Monday, January 10, 2022

A New Year of Rovering!

 We gathered as a Round Table and planned out general activities for the year. We have exciting things coming up, including a hike out at Antelope Island, a Crew campout, target shooting, swimming, Squire Reception and Rover Knighting, and more! It's going to be a great year of Rovering, and I hope more adults will join us and experience the fun and growth that Rover scouting can offer. If you want to learn more, please contact us from the Contact page!