Back home from 100 Years of Scouting Jamboree

SAVANNAH, GA (WTOC) - It was the trip of a lifetime, but Wednesday they came back home with their parents.

Boy Scouts pulled into Armstrong Atlantic State University after more than a week in Washington D.C. They were among about 40,000 scouts celebrating in the 100 Years of Scouting Jamboree.  They had a little trouble on I-95 in South Carolina, near Charleston. Their bus broke down. After a delay, and a new bus, they got back on the road. It's been a fun time from beginning to end.

Returning from the trip, Dolan Lewis said, "We had so much for there was so much stuff to do.  it's hard to describe,  you're speechless. Wow!"

Along with all the memories, like scuba diving, snorkling, mountain biking and shot gun shooting, each scout also took home a commemorative 100 Years of Scouting patch that they can wear on their uniform.

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