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By: ptsteve      

Remember it is all about the boys and it maybe to easy to say Yes all the time. Sometimes we may get in over our heads and it is always good to have others who can take some of the load. It is way to easy to get burned out.I almost ran into the burn out wall, but caught or hopefully caught myself before I hit it. I had to remember that if I burn...[More]


By: ptsteve      

Hello Everyone,Yes, it is ptsteve again!!! Ever feel like you have just dived into the deep end again. Don't worry you have, but we have your back. Take advantage of the training and also don't be shy about asking others to step up and help. You don't have to do it all by yourself. Don't do it by yourself, because that will just burn you out and the boys need you.All you have to do...[More]


By: webmaster      

Hi all,Fuzzy and I have a lot to tell you all. First of all we moved into a new cave, as Baloo has found a much nicer cave to live in.He asked us if we mind moving, of course we told him we don’t mind as long as there is enough salmon storage so we won’t go hungry. But it made us think of all people that have no roof above their heads to live...[More]


By: webmaster      

Recently I was talking to a Scouting friend from the UK. It seems at a recent Cub Camp the leaders needed some time to prepare the food. They sent the kids out in Patrols to come back with “the most interesting thing” which would win a prize. When all the groups came back one group had a live wild rabbit. The leader skinned and cooked the rabbit, which the kids had for dinner.The lesson... don't...[More]


By: webmaster      

As a Scout I backpacked the Grand Canyon twice. The first time we did it was my first long term, and my first serious backpacking trip. As a side note, the hike down only takes 4 to 5 hours, but the hike out takes 8 to 12 hours depending on your condition and the trail you choose. On our way down the Scout who happened to be my tent mate kept dropping his sleeping bag....[More]


By: webmaster      

Many of you know that BSA has many DVDs and CDs available to aid us. Have you ever thought about the thousands of other resources availiable computer software (refer to the open source blog post at http://insanescouter.org/blog/208/Open_Source_Scouting.html), how to videos / software, audio cd ceremonies, map software, dvd camp promos, unofficial Scout movies, and so much more. You could participate in programs such as NASA's http://www.e-missions.net/ .You could also create your own, for example a...[More]


By: webmaster      

After a day of trekking we picked out a camp spot. One of the Scouts started digging around in his pack and the next thing we knew he had produced a thumb skate board with ramp, a palm size dictionary, and electric screw driver, and I don't remember what else. When asked why he brought those items, his answer was simple “to keep my little brother out of them”. The next day we got up,...[More]


By: webmaster      

I have been in Scouting in one way or another since 1982 when I first joined a new national program called Tiger Cubs. The photos that follow show the actual Cub Scout uniform I wore, a few of my actual neckerchiefs, some of my patches on my vest, my merit badge sash, OA sash and even my Scout Belt with the Skill Awards on them. I hope you enjoy a glimpse into my past and...[More]


By: webmaster      

When I was a Scout we were on a training backpacking trip. A group of older Scouts repeatly got ahead of the main group by a fair distances. Finally the leaders got tired of it and had us “younger” Scouts put some rocks into there packs to slow them down. Well it didn't slow them down that much, but when they got to camp and found the rocks they were amazed. It was estimated by...[More]


By: webmaster      

Since I was a young Scout when my parents bought me my first knife, I have been collecting them. Some may find this strange but that first knife which was like $2 next to the cash register and was really a complete piece of junk still sits in my collection. As you will note in this very small sampling of my collection there are knives of all sizes and types ranging from the large Bowie...[More]


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