In April of 2010, there was a big jamboree held at the Alameda County Fairgrounds to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Boy Scouts, and some of the Young Men went to it.
On the first day there, they set up camp, and went to a weird performance of skits.
The next day, they split up into groups and tried to do some of the activities there at the fairgrounds, but there was a huge line for nearly everything. So they wandered around, and tried to find something to do. The groups then meet up at a big train machine thing. Jeremy Glenn, Travis Neal, Dallin Earl, Teddy Wright, and Dallin Bruschke all climbed around on the thing, tinkered with all the levers, tried to spin the giant wheels, and attempted to crush a soda bottle in the gears. Immediately after, a lady tells them not to climb on it. Afterwards, some of the Young Men went into a giant warehouse full of exhibits and booths about different occupations, including Oakland Raiders football gear and a giant model train exhibit.
Afterwards, they got a complimentary dinner, and went to a terrible concert, consisting of a guy singing songs by Michael Jackson and Journey, some really white guys rapping horribly, and the San Francisco Boys Chorus shows up and does a few flamboyant numbers.