Update from his leader Brian Mecham:
We arrived in Burgdorf shortly after 1:00 PM and found a nice campsite for all 25 of us who went. We set up camp and then split up into two groups. The adventuresome group of Michael Lloyd, Todd Hartley, Ron Taylor, Lance Lewis, Brady Mathews, Jeremy Lloyd, Edwardo Hurtado, Donny Hoag, Jake Bowles, Nathan Henrie, Jake Lewis, Andrew Sealey, Blake Hartley, Seth Williamson tackled the Lune Lake trail and biked about 19 miles up and down the mountain to get to the lake. They all came home with stories to tell. Lance Lewis did a somersault and scrapped up his knees after going off an jump and landing wrong. Jake Bowles landed on Lance's bike but all was fine. Jake was trying to keep up with Lance and broke off his crank on his bike. Luckily we had a few extra bikes. The rest of the bike ride went without major incidents.
We all arrived back to camp and we fixed teriyaki chicken and rice for dinner in the dutch oven. It was delicious. We enjoyed the meal accompanied with a nice green salad and Michele fixed up a special dish of rice pudding with the left over rice. Needless to say, there was no rice pudding left at the end of the meal.
After dinner we headed to the Burdorf hot springs. We negotiated a good price for the group and had a nice soak at the hot pool for over two hours. We returned to camp and had a campfire program. Jesse conducted a great skit and so did Seth and Cameron. They were a lot of fun and I had not heard any of the three so that was a pleasant surprise since I have heard most scout skits. James and Donny gave some good devotionals. James gave one on honoring the Priesthood and Donny gave one on keeping the commandments is how we show our love to our Heavenly Father. Todd and I each took some time to give them a message and the real treat was Michele and Nancy Hartley also shared their feelings about scouting with the boys. They did a great job.