Second-year tribes are invited to build and bring Trail Markers to Spring Outing. Each tribe's Trail Marker will be displayed in front of the tribe's cabin. During Spring Outing, Y Guides Directors will walk around second-year cabins and judge on the best Trail Marker. Tribes are encouraged to put their personal touch on their Trial Markers.
Each dad/child pair will work together to create an individual piece that represents their relationship; a special memory or your Y Guides names.
Trail Markers are used to represent where we are, and each piece of the Y Guides Trail Marker represents the tribe as a whole, as well as the individual dad/child pairs.
Use your creativity. The sky is the limit!
Trail Markers should be weatherproof, as they will be sitting outside cabins. Below are a few materials that can be easily found and used to build Trail Markers:
- Coffee Cans
- Recycled plastic bottles
- Water Juggs
- Blocks of wood
- Empty laundry detergent bottles
- Outdoor Christmas lights
- Plastic Plates
Click here for instructions on how to make a Trail Marker out of buckets.