Scouts enjoy north woods snow adventures
What does the world's largest lake, a 200-mph snowmobile dragster, sheer rock cliffs, 1,000 miles of travel, ice caves and 50 Alaskan Huskies all have in common?
They were all a part of Boy Scout Troop 33's recent adventure tour in the great white north.
A group of Scouts and leaders from DeKalb's Troop 33 recently returned from an adventure-filled tour that included hiking on the frozen ice shelf of Lake Superior.
Scouts began their adventure by attending a snowmobile festival in Minocqua, Wis., that featured more than 150 snowmobiles competing in radar-timed drag races.
One of the highlights was seeing the world's fastest snowmobile, a long dragster snowmobile powered by four engines, capable of sp