In the five years that we've been doing Cub Scouts with our boys and our community troop, I think this is the first time we've been able to go to the fall camp out. It usually conflicts with General Conference, but this year they were a week apart, so we were able to go and camp out for one of the two nights. (We don't camp out Saturday to Sunday, so this only works if the pack is camping for two nights.)
I had the privilege to take the boys on the trip. It's usually Todd's job, but it's gotten too cold at night for Mr. Zero Percent Body Fat to comfortably go without getting sick. Ironically, as I'm writing this the day after the camp out, I have a fever.
We could not have asked for better weather! It was cool at night and in the early morning, but no more that a few layers could fix, and the afternoon was nice and warm. We had sunshine the whole time! This is a miracle in Ohio. By next month, we will enter the gray season, and won't really see the sun again until April.