Thanks for your kind comments, we had a great trip. Camp Jackson is open and they are investing money into the camp. I was told that if the boy scouts wanted to close the camp, it would revert back to the family they obtained it from. The camp is open to BSA groups and is currently being promoted as a high adventure camp for mountian biking, water sports, sailing, boating, rock climbing, rappelling, etc. They also have a water cave that they visit. We were the only group there that week and it appears that the camp is getting limited use during the summer. They just replaced the ranger and there were a few staff around helping with the transition. Anyway, it is a well kept secret and an excellent base for caving in the Scottsboro area. Generally, we left pretty early and got back after dark. They did have a nice pavilion we used, hot showers, and an air conditioned building for meeting in the evening.
Someone had already bought the gorilla outfit from Unclaimed baggage which I should have bought two years ago but we did make our traditional visit. Most of the kids were impressed.
I do miss TAG a lot but it is a long drive from San Antonio.
I'll try and post a link to some pictures but we need to go through the more than 1,000 pictures and wittle them down some.