On arrival at Fort A. P. Hill, we found our home for the next two weeks.
Some of the gang from 1997, waiting for the antenna to go up so we could get to work.
Kevin starts getting our antenna ready
Ropes tied on, and ready to lift.
Finally it is up, now the real work can begin!
Here's some of the crew, waiting to get to work. Thats "Mr. Music" Michael J. Thorpe in the middle!
Foodlines can be fun, but loooonnnngggg.
A Trading post staffer tries to sell some pizza to scouters waiting in line, but......
Bringing pizza around a crew of hungry staffers can be hazerdous.
(yes this was staged for those who take things too seriously)
The QBSA Staff spent most of the second day washing clothes, and cleaning up after our tent was flooded on our first night at Jambo.
Here we go off to the staff show.
At the staff Show
At the staff show.
QBSA Staffers throw out frisbees to Scouts.
Inside the station getting ready
Several of the Staffers with the original Drummer from Tommy James and the Shondells, Who worked at the Longstreet Trading Post.
Time for the Daily YMCA
Now its time for the Daily Macarena.
The President arrives.
The Presidents helicopter lands.
An impressive sight, scouts on the way to the arena show.
Some entertainment for those waiting to get into the arena.
Another impressive sight, in the arena.
Ed Evans Broadcasting from 25,000 Feet over Fort A. P. Hill, as we flew with the Army's Golden Knights.
Ed and James Gavigan before the takeoff.
The Knights get ready to fly
Getting ready to jump
Waiting to arrive over the Jamboree.
Away they go.
John Tudor on the ground before takeoff.
One of several views over Fort A. P. Hill
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