Pioneering Area, 2013 National Jamboree

Link to: Pioneering Legend: Adolph Peschke

The Pioneering Area was named Peschke Field after Adolph Peschke, who through the years had motivated and inspired so many with his high standards, creativity, and pioneering know-how.

The following layout is a depiction of the pioneering projects and activities featured at the 2013 national jamboree up on Garden Ground Mountain at the Summit Bechtel Reserve. For a larger view, click on the layout once. Then, for a closer view, click on any section you choose:

Layout of the 2013 National Jamboree Pioneering Area up on Garden Ground Mountain at the Summit Bechtel Reserve
Layout of the 2013 National Jamboree Pioneering Area up on Garden Ground Mountain at the Summit Bechtel Reserve
The Gateway leading to the Pioneering Area and Flying the Colors over Peschke Field from our Central Flagpole
The Gateway leading to the Pioneering Area, and Flying the Colors over Peschke Field from a 30′ Poplar Flagpole

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