We went on a week-long trip to Camp Oljato, a scout camp up in the Sierra Nevadas. We first drove up, via Madera, on July 3rd. We took a boat from the town of Lakeshore across Huntington Lake to Camp Oljato. We had gotten there before most of the boy scout troops, so we hiked down the road, found a rusty old bike, and hung around camp for two days. On July 4th, all the troops came to camp, and that's when the weekly session started. The rest of the week, we hung around camp, took some merit badge classes, hunted for mud-suckers in the creek, and had some epic games of dodgeball. On July 10th, we said our goodbyes and went back home. Written by
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At 5:03, you can see Ryan looking at a map of Camp Oljato, that includes many of the featured places in the episode. 1. The Shoshone Camp in the top middle, where the guys camp for the week. 2.The road to Camp Miramichi, where they find the busted bike. 3. Camp Miramichi itself, where they briefly hang out at the docks. 4. The Chapel, just left of the Waterfront, where they have church on Sunday. 5. Coon Creek, on the left side, where they hunt for mudsuckers. 6. The Mess Hall, near the bottom left, where Jeremy and Jeff play "Tennis" and Rick and Grant have the spaghetti-eating competition. Some places aren't marked however, like the store and the dodgeball pit. See more
[Coaching Rick in the spaghetti-eating competition
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After the credits, a note flashes on the screen that reads: "Fun Fact: In 1943, a B-24 Bomber was flying from from Fresno to find another B-24 that had crashed in the mountains. This B-24 happened to crash in Huntington Lake. Two of the eight men survived. The plane still sits under Huntington Lake, where Camp Oljato is located." See more
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