Friday, March 19, 2010

A Trip to 1st Middelbrug - 19th March

1st Middelburg - Woodbadge evalutation.

What a lovely welcome!

Being inspected!

... and their journey to Egypt begins by getting their special passports stamped ....

Behind the scenes, the rover helper was getting the Kim's Game ready.
15 different food types.

On arrival in Egypt they are told about the mystery they will have to solve! ... finding buried treasure under the sand...... a mummy's curse .......... lost necklace.... Getting past the sand.
This is a lovely game - easy - no equipment.
It can be altered to suit your theme.
Here they are getting past the sand so it is apt for the first one in line to lie on the ground and be "sand". The 2nd person jumps over him and stands with his legs apart as a 'bridge'. The next jumps over the sand, goes through the legs of the bridge and stands in front with his arms open wide and is a "tree". The next person follows and then goes around the tree and curls up into a ball and becomes a rock. The next person follows and jumps over the rock and lies down again as "sand" .... and so it continues.
Great game!
Listening further the cubs heard that the curse of the mummy is the biggest risk but to break that curse a song was required.

But first the mummy!!

A mummy in true form!

Each mummy held a clue which had to be deciphered

to find a hidden treasure

... and before they could open their hidden treasure they had to sing to break the curse...

... and just look at the treasure they found ....
gold, silver, jewells to make a necklace..

All having a great time..
We had to leave then but the story continued on how they met the Pharoah who invited them to eat a feast with him.... the only condition being they were not allowed to see what they ate (Kim's Game).
I know these cubs had a wonderful time with such a super programme.
Well done.
Till next Time
Keep Cubbing
Akela Joy

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