We met up with the Girl Scout organizer and the Ranger who was going to guide us through out hike.
It was cold, so we bundled up.
He told us that we were not going to use our flash lights. That the moon was going to guide us instead.
We had to get our "night eyes" first and then we headed out.
We thought maybe we would come across some kind of an animal that came out at night but, we didn't see any.
I didn't think the parents would be thrilled to have the girls going home on a sugar high.
As always with this troop, there were lots of giggles and laughs going on all night.
Since nothing showed up in the view finder of my camera as I looked to take the photos, we never knew what kind of photos we would get.
We took a group of photo and you can see, our troop was pretty much it for the hikers. The leader who got the night planned out only had her daughter show up and then there was another leader who had two kids.
So, even though it was a service unit event, it really was more like a hike we went on as a troop. The girls were happy with that. They said they would rather do things with just our troop then to get together with a lot of other troops.
I guess that is a good thing because it means they really enjoy our troop and the friends they have made.