Trail Guide

bpm.gif - 1.4 KSTART

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KLeave cabin and pick up trail in front of the cabin by the four trees.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KTake a bearing of 85.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KGo over creek and follow trail up to the top of the hill.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K1. CROSS THE MINE FIELD

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KGo to point 11 and take a bearing of 200.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KYou will pass a pond on your left hand side.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KWhen you come to a T in the trail take a right hand take a bearing of 170.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KThe pine forest and point 10 will be on your left.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KYou will pass point 9 on your right.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K2. TRUST KNOT TIE

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KTake a left hand turn on a bearing 355.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KProceed through the cathedral.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KWhen you come to point 7 take a right turn on a bearing of 60.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KYou will pass a pond on your left.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KContinue onward until you come to a farm fence.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KWait here for advance scout.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K3. ROPE LADDER

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KTake a right turn at steps and proceed on a bearing of 92.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KChoose:

a. Go down steps and over small footbridge. At point 2 take a bearing of 209 and follow it up to enemy encampment.

or

b. Go down steps and over creek use ladder to scale embankment.

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KTake a bearing of 80 and bushwhack up the hill to enemy encampment.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KReconnoiter enemy camp. Use extreme caution while in the enemy camp.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KRemember what you see here.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KMaintain silence while in camp. Use your eyes to size up the area.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KLeave encampment through the front gate. Turn left and proceed to bridge.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K4. SKETCH MAP

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KLeave the bridge on a bearing of 155.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 Klead patrol out. BE CAREFUL. Noise will set of an alarm.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KWhen you come to a Y in the road, go left.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KProceed to command center on your right.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K5. OBSERVATION POST

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KGo to end of parking lot. you will come upon an abandoned enemy encampment (picnic area).
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KStand at grill and take a bearing of 224.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KBUSHWHACK down hill to creek trail.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KWatch out for MINES. Spread patrol out and proceed slowly and cautiously.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K6. FIRST AID

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KWhen you reach the trail take a right hand turn follow a bearing of 298.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KYou will come to an enemy held road. Stay left.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KThere is an abandoned outpost on your left.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K7. HEIGHT AND WIDTH

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KTake height and width measurement of post and bring back for H.Q.
dispatch.gif - 1.1 KStay on bearing of 298 back to camp. Beware of enemy spies!
bpm.gif - 1.4 K8. SPY LIGHT

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KMaintain present bearing to fire pits. Don't get caught in search light!
bpm.gif - 1.4 K9. SIGNAL FIRE

dispatch.gif - 1.1 KYou are almost home. Don't let your guard down - signal ahead.
bpm.gif - 1.4 K10. ORIENTEERING

dispatch.gif - 1.1 Kcontinue to flag pole
bpm.gif - 1.4 K11. ASTRONOMY

dispatch.gif - 1.1 Kwithout using compass chalk an arrow pointing north on driveway.
bpm.gif - 1.4 KREPORT TO HQ FOR DEBRIEFING.


This web page was written by Bob Myers, Committee Member, Troop 3, Cincinnati, Ohio
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