Log fonts and Goshen Scout Camp
Michael M. Meenehan (meenehmm@SUN.AITC.REST.TASC.COM)
Tue, 15 Aug 1995 13:09:15 -0400
I saw a reference to log fonts some time ago, but since I'm just
back from NE-CS-50, I'm especially interested. Does anyone know
where the log font (for MS-Windows) can be found? The course had a
SUPER staff. The temperature was in the mid-90s for most of the week
with high humidity.
Actually, I'm JUST back from a week at NCAC's Goshen Scout
Camps. The dam's gates are stuck in the lowered position, so the
level of the lake is down 10' from normal. Apparently the supports
used to lower the gates were damaged by debris and can't be operated.
The camps by the dam (Olmstead and Bowman) have waterfronts
which are usable. The Webelos Camps (Ross and PMI) are using a
makeshift waterfront down near the dam. The boys hated it because of
the muddy bottom, shallow swimming area and gunky water.
Fortunately, we had vehicles which allowed us to take the
boys to the Goshen Pass Wayside park. There are several deep, clear
pools in the rocks which are ideal for swimming (using the safe swim
defense plan of course!). The Webelos listed the trips to the pass
as the highlights of the week.
Cub Scout Pack 1113
National Capital Area Council
(Washington, D.C. Area)
I used to be a beaver...
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City