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Steal the Bacon


Author:  Longhorn Council

Divide the troop into two, three, or four groups. Number off EACH group
separately. Line them up facing each other, about 30-40 feet apart. The number
1 Scout on one team will be across from the last Scout on the other team. Place
your 'bacon' between the lines. The idea is for a Scout to go out and retrieve the
object. The leader calls out a number and each Scout with that number runs out
and tries to get the object and go back behind his line. Once the object is
touched, the other Scout can tag the Scout that touched the object. There are
two ways to win a round: either get the object and bring it behind your line
without being tagged, or tag the other Scout after he grabs the object and before
he makes it past his line. Variation: Tell a story instead of just calling out
numbers: "THREE Scouts went on a hike. They saw TWO deer and FIVE
trees...”


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