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The Outdoor Adventure Place (TOAP)
The Outdoor Adventure Place (TOAP) is a place where a Scout can pick up some
skills and have some fun. The TOAP staffers have been working hard to get their
site ready for all the participants. They have set up many high
adventure activities and have arranged for several
government agencies to provide informative displays for the NOAC participants.
||Representatives from the Bureau of Land Management, Forestry
Service and the National Park Service were part of TOAP. They provided
Arrowmen with lots of useful information about conservation and ecology.
Arrowmen also had the opportunity to receive a badge proclaiming them
Junior Park Rangers for NOAC 2000.
Another great part of TOAP is the "Leave No Trace" training class, which is the
largest training subject with approximately 800 Arrowmen attending. It has set
up a mountain man display, to discuss conservation in the back
|There was a display on winter camping, wilderness survival, backcountry first
aid and cooking. The pioneering area provided participants with
instruction on knots, lashings and tips on construction projects.
||The high adventure area included all sorts of fun things to do. There
was a monkey
bridge and cargo net, a spider's web, a tire swing, a blind man's maze and a
horizontal climbing wall. A "swinging" time for everyone at TOAP.