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LOGBOOK

This log book documents the journeys upon which the crew has embarked. Whether it be on a wild week long trip to the Adirondacks, or a trip to Tamaracouta, you'll find it in here! We would like to thank Mark Spielman for all his time and patience in scanning most of the pictures found here.

Friday March 19th, 1999 Paul, Francois and Joanna went to see a show on comets and asteroids at the Dow Planetarium. Unfortunately other crew members could not attend. The show itself was rather interesting, but it was created for people with basic knowledge in this domain.
December 21, 1998 All of the Rovers gather at Joanna's house for a refresher course in rock climbing. With both Rovers at Large home for Christmas the Crew is back to its normal size. The Crew then proceeds to Allez-Up for a little climbing.
November 7, 1998 Paul volunteered to accompany two Scouts on a day hike at Mount Saint Bruno. This hike was a qualification for Mike to receive his Silver Arrowhead. Good fun was had by all. Thanks to Paul the Scouts experience their first taste of "Rover Rations".
Paul DiMarco, Thomas Kucharski, Mike Arsenault, Gerry Arsenault

Paul DiMarco, Thomas Kucharski, Mike Arsenault, Gerry Arsenault

October 30, 1998 Paul and Kevin volunteered at a fundraiser for the Lakeshore Foundation. They performed the vital tasks of taking coats and ensuring that the trays the waitresses were carrying were not to heavy :)
October 23-25, 1998 Paul, Assad and François attended Pointe-Claire District Camp held at Tamaracouta. They were responsible for organizing a night game for the scouts. Kevin was unfortunately sick and couldn't attend, Joanna had a previous committment.
October 18, 1998 Kevin & François manned a food kiosk at the Oktoberfest celebration in Pointe-Claire village. We were invited to do so by Town & Country Fuels.
October 4, 1998 The Wayfarers, along with members of the new Lakeside Heights Venturer Company and some senior Scouts from Pointe-Claire volunteered at the Open House held by the Pointe-Claire - Beaconsfield - Kirkland Fire Department. This was held at the Pointe-Claire Fire Station. They helped set-up and take pictures of children as part of the Firemen's fundraiser for disabled children.
September 15, 1998 Pointe-Claire soccer tournament: Everyone volunteered to take care of the food, except François. We even met some mayoral candidates!
July 1, 1998 Canada Day celebrations and activities at the Old Port with Open City.
May 31 - June 6, 1998 Canoe Trip Through the Wilderness of the Oswegatchie River in the Adirondacks. All seven members of our crew took part in this, our main trip of the year. We canoed and hiked for eight days along the Oswegatchie river and Cranberry Lake in the Adirondacks. Despite the swarming blackflies and much rain (and hail), the trip was an overwhelming success.
May 7-9, 1998 Tri-District Camp, (Log to come). Five of us helped out at the somethingth annual camporee in Moses somebody's State Park, New York. We had a lot of fun helping run all the different events all of which had some relation to the lumberjack theme for the weekend.
May 2,1998 Fundraiser for the Adirondacks Canoe Trip
April 18, 1998 Lakeside Heights Fertilizer Drive
April 8, 1998 IMAX Mount Everest and Flying Acrobats Movies
March 27-29, 1998 Winter Camp at the Tamaracouta Scout Reserve
March 21-22, 1998 National Day Against Racial Discrimination at the Old Port with Open City
December 8, 1998 Beaver Christmas Party
October 3-5, 1997 Trip down the Raquette River
September 19-20, 1998 Training Camp at Tamaracouta