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Leaves are changing as Autumn Wildflowers are Blooming
blog     25 Sep 2014 | 9:48 am
Click to view slideshow. Hikers Rejoice!!!! Temperatures are falling and Leaves are changing as autumn Wildflowers are blooming. Love to ALL! Lee Filed under: Hot Springs National Park Tagged: Autumn Leaves, Hiking Trails, Hot Springs National Park, Nature Blog, Nature Photography, Photo Blog, Photography, Wildflowers...


NAYLE, BSA’s top training for youth, now offered at all 4 high-adventure bases
Blog     25 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
NAYLE is to youth leadership training what the Eagle Scout and Summit awards are to Boy Scouting and Venturing. Each represents the pinnacle of achievement. Now’s the time to get your Scouts and Venturers thinking about NAYLE, also known as the National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience. The course is intended for youth who have completed NYLT (National Youth Leadership Training) and are ready to take the next step. NAYLE participants make new friends, learn new skills and experience an epic adventure — all in an awesome location. Speaking of: Beginning in summer 2015, NAYLE will be offered at all four national high-adventure bases. That means there’s a course within driving distance...


Inclusive Scouting
Blog     25 Sep 2014 | 1:30 am
Should being inclusive mean that people are positively discriminated? Or does it mean that we should include people in scouting. The post Inclusive Scouting appeared first on Jabbering All Day Long....


Tuesday Morning Hot Finds Newsletter September 23, 2014
Blog     24 Sep 2014 | 6:59 pm
BRAND NEW EBOOK ROLLS OUT IN THE TUESDAY ISSUE In this issue of the Hot Finds I finally rolled out the long delayed 2nd Edition of my Boy Scout Memorabilia Prices Realized Guide.  You can read the full story in this post on the site (Boy Scout Memorabilia Prices Realized Guide 2nd Edition: Eagle Scout Memorabilia & Merit Badges). One of the ways I choose to promote this new book was by recording a 5 minute video for YouTube.  In this video I talk about the project and let collectors get an inside look at about 2/3 of the pages.  If...


Bringing Back the XC Road Trip: Gearhead Style
blog     24 Sep 2014 | 4:11 pm
A life lived authentically is priceless. What could fuel this sentiment better than taking a XC road trip with frequent use of your backpacking gear? Lets face it, we live in a time and age where true adventure is getting harder to experience.  The classic ‘American Road Trip’ has become a thing of the past. So it’s time to bring it back and create new, life-long memories that will provide the back-to-nature experience and adventure that is absent in most people’s lives. There is a true richness to traversing the land one mile at a time. So much natural beauty is...


Clothespin Cub Scout
Pin     24 Sep 2014 | 4:03 pm
Clothespin Cub Scout Neckerchief Slider or Napkin Ring for the Blue & Gold. This site has a lot of great neckerchief slide ideas and also other great Cub Scout Ideas compliments of Akela's Council Cub Scout Leader Training. Utah National Parks Council has planned this exciting 4 1/2 day Cub Scout Leader Training that covers lots of Cub Scout Info & Webelos Outdoor Experience & much more. Any Cub Scout Leader from any council is invited to attend. AkelasCouncil.com...


Hummingbird – Seeing Past The Camouflage
blog     24 Sep 2014 | 2:26 pm
Click to view slideshow. I don’t set up shots, it is all random luck.  Serendipitous moments captured while hiking.  When I was a child I was always good at the ‘spot the difference’ puzzles.  It has trained my mind to see the the anomaly in the landscape on the trail.  On many occasions I will take photographs not seeing with my naked eye what my mind mind sees.  Yesterday I followed the flight of a tiny juvenile Blue-Headed Vireo (photos later).  Once it landed my mind let me know to photograph the tangle of leaves and vines below its perch. When I...


Volunteer Spotlight: Leslie Vernon-Blake, Like Mother, Like Daughters, Girl Scouts of West Central Florida
Blog     24 Sep 2014 | 12:55 pm
With recruitment in full-swing, we are continuing our series that will share stories about some of our amazing volunteers with the entire Girl Scouts community.  There are 30,000 girls waiting for the chance to be a Girl Scout, so the time is now to build our volunteer force!  These exceptional people prove that anyone can be a Girl Scout volunteer:  they are young professionals, senior citizens, men, and so much more.  And 88% of Girl Scout volunteers believe their lives are better because they volunteer. So what are you waiting for? Volunteer today!Like many parents, Leslie Blake wanted to pass on the things...


Caring for Axes and Hatchets
Blog     24 Sep 2014 | 9:47 am
Here’s a handy one-page reference that highlights care and sharpening of axes and hatchets. Caring for Axes and Hatchets and over 40 more  infographics and helpful PDF documents Are included in the GET IT NOW BEFORE YOU CLICK THE DOWNLOAD BUTTON Join the growing number of Scouters who support producing and publishing resources like this. The  PDF file of Caring for Axes and Hatchets is formatted for 8 1/2 x 11 paper.   The post Caring for Axes and Hatchets appeared first on Scoutmastercg.com....


BSA asks Scout units, councils to stop using phrase ‘Fun With a Purpose’
Blog     24 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
The Boy Scouts of America protects its brand and trademarks. We wouldn’t let a company use our red, white and blue fleur-de-lis or the phrase “Prepared. For Life.” without permission. In that same vein, we should respect the rights of others to protect their trademarks. That’s why the BSA is asking for help from packs, troops and crews to stop using the phrase “Fun With a Purpose” and remove it from promotional materials and unit websites. The phrase, often used with Cub Scout-related activities, is a registered trademark owned by the publishers of the popular Highlights children’s magazine. Don’t worry. Your unit isn’t in trouble or getting sued; the BSA doesn’t expect any legal action from Highlights. In fact, the BSA...



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