Cub Scouts at Camp Ford

Nick took the Pack 369 Tiger Cubs up for a tour of Camp Ford, the largest Prisoner of War camp during the Civil War this side of the Mississippi.

Meeting up at the front of Camp Ford

Meeting up at the front of Camp Ford

One picture of one sign.  No, really, I took pictures of ALL of them. If you want to see them, let me know and I'll post more. :)

One picture of one sign. No, really, I took pictures of ALL of them. If you want to see them, let me know and I’ll post more. 🙂

Nick starts his lecture on Camp Ford while the Tiger Cubs and their families listen intently.

Nick starts his lecture on Camp Ford while the Tiger Cubs and their families listen intently.

At some point Greg injured himself and had to be carried for a while. This did not deter Nick in the slightest.

At some point Greg injured himself and had to be carried for a while. This did not deter Nick in the slightest.

Apparently I lied. I like pictures of signs. Whee!

Apparently I lied. I like pictures of signs. Whee!

On the trail...

On the trail…

Greg finally gets down when there's a sign with labels that mean something to him in real time.

Greg finally gets down when there’s a sign with labels that mean something to him in real time.

Playing on the wall.

Playing on the wall.

This really cool cabin/tent combination that prisoners built themselves (this is more than likely a recreation, but still). Basically they were just left out there to their own devices. If they wanted shelter, they had to make it themselves.

This really cool cabin/tent combination that prisoners built themselves (this is more than likely a recreation, but still). Basically they were just left out there to their own devices. If they wanted shelter, they had to make it themselves.

Inside the cabin/tent. It's kind of cozy.

Inside the cabin/tent. It’s kind of cozy.

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