McBryan, named after a long-time Cowichan Area (Duncan) Guider who ran a Guide Unit until she was well into her eighties, is the original "Macy" shelter--a cement padded shelter with a stove and tables and benches.  It is adjacent to the road, with a campfire circle nearby with nine tentpads in the trees, and an open area where more tents can be pitched.  Its lat is behind the woodshed; and the Joyce Lonsdale Trail starts behind the shelter.  A water tap is located at the corner of the building. 

McBryan is a large area, loosely outlined--perfect for older girls who can set up silver and gold camps in separate areas. 

Please note:  some of the outlying tent pads are old and need clearing; perhaps a good service project?

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