Fred is a veteran camper with 40 years of wilderness experience, facilitated by immense knowledge gained as a Cub Scout for 2 full years. Although not recognized as such, he is the self proclaimed leader through his ownership status of the camp site. In time of crises, he is best known to act unselfishly and without regard for personal safety and can quickly calm Tom down and keep him from crying.
Tom is the group lead of most all things, such as grounds keeping, communications, housekeeping, recruitment, entertainment, strategic planning, event planning, travel, and jellies/lubricants. With Fred as his mentor, Tom has gained great exposure as an outdoorsman obtaining the following recognition: 4 time winner of camper of the month; Bilboa congressional camper award, and Delaware camper humanitarian of the year award.
Don too is a veteran camper. He has never won any awards and contributes nothing, but once in 1989 he tried really hard.
Nick is an Eagle Scout, and is best known for his survival skills, patience, warm personality, and immense tolerance of all things. Nick spends most of his time as a volunteer, camping with under privileged children, providing White Water River trips, instructional hiking, and fishing both fresh and salt water. His preferred fishing method is using his bare hands. He leads a second committee devoted to keeping the river and surrounding habitat clean, while working towards preserving the great outdoors.
Neil is best known for his keen ability to assess geographies and topographies. This enables him to direct the team from behind while identifying the most secure locations for pitching a tent. He handles all nutritional and hydrational needs for the team during these world wide adventures. He is a three time winner of the national BBQ camp award, due in part because Don won't cook. Without any effort he can be drunk by 11 AM. Bourbon?