El Rancho Cima is an official Boy Scout Camp that allowed us to camp overnight in their woods.
After our arrival, we worked hard setting the tents and the canopy for our kitchen tools, gear, and tables. After we ate the foil pouches that we each prepared, we put out the fire and went to sleep.
Waking up with a bugle in our ears, we got up and re-built the fire we had burned out the day before and made our breakfast: pancakes, eggs and bacon all in one. Later we had shish kabobs for lunch.
We rode horses, swam and used the canoes. We had lots of fun. We packed the next morning and left for home with a delightful feeling of pleasure.
P.S. We had canoe wars, trying to tip Scout Leader Larry Kuebel.