Onteora Scout Reservation Photo Album
Part 55 - 2001 Reunion Weekend
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012 - The former Long Island Trading Post.



013 - Continuing the drive into camp brings us to the Otter Shelter. As I was scanning this picture, with the rock-lined entrance, I couldn't help but think of all of the Scouts who have been lucky enough to have been part of the OSR experience over the years.



014 - In 2001 the Council House had been closed and unused for years, and many people predicted it was past the point where it could be repaired and reused. Happily history would prove them wrong.



015 - The former Bobcat Program Shelter, also used as the JLTC Shelter, is our first stop on a tour of the old Council House Loop.



016 - Inside the Bobcat/JLTC shelter.



017 - Inside the Bobcat/JLTC shelter.



018 - Looking at the road it's hard to believe this was once a heavily traveled part of camp.



019 - In many cases the only sign of a former camp site was a decrepit latrine and wash stand hidden back in the trees.



020 - The James E. West Sshelter has been completely rebuilt and features a sleek-looking metal roof.



021 - Gowanus is one of the largest sites in camp, and is located on the Long House Loop near the Teddy Roosevelt shelter.



022 - Looking up into Gowanus.



There are more pictures from the Reunion Weekend.

Click here for pictures 23-33.
Click here for pictures 34-44.

If you have any photos of your own please let me know. In the meantime, you can head back to the main Onteora page or the main Photos Page.