I joined Troop 100 in 2013 with my oldest son and have enjoyed scouting with all four of my sons ever since, becoming the scoutmaster of 100B in Spring 2020. During the past 7 years I have joined the troop on kayaking trips down rivers, camping on islands, rappelling down cliffs, visiting great museums and battlefields, exploring caves, riding bikes, and many other fun activities. But the best part about scouting is seeing boys grow up and take on responsibility and leadership to become great men. Often this is through the challenges of camping in the rain, dealing with forgetting supplies, or helping each other through tough times. Troop 100B is a boy-led troop and is always looking for more scouts to join the adventure.