Aquehonga Song


Aquehonga Song


There’s a camp called Aquehonga Where I live through all my dreams; Where the whippoorwill is singing And the bright moon beams. There’s a bunch of jolly fellows Who are scouts both tried and true. And they love their Aquehonga Like their own red, white, and blue.

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Aquehonga is the camp known as The Showplace of Ten Mile River. A lot of troops attend this camp every summer. Among its features are Patrol Cooking, a one of a kind Scout Skills area, a swimming pool with a water slide, and an ampitheatre named after a fellow staffman who was killed in 9/11. You hear this song after all the campwide campfires in Aquehonga.


David Turner


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