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By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-16

Hi all, It is Fuzzy and Scout here… sorry we haven’t let you know what is going on for a while, we have just been soooo busy doing all kinds of fun things.We went camping and fishing for salmon and also hiking and preparing salmon.And now it is almost Christmas already, we are really looking forward to Christmas as it is a nice and cosy time of year to be with all our family. And...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

ALPHABET HIKE- Find objects in nature that have names beginning with each letter of the alphabet. BIRD HIKE- Look for different birds. See if you know them by sight. Look for nests, but don’t touch. COLOR HIKE- Find things all the same color. If you walk in buddies, one side could look for one color and the other side another color. COMPASS AND TRAIL SIGN HIKE- Using the compass and trail signs, lay a trail...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

Here is a list I came across that may give you ideas of a scavenger hunt you can do when on the trail. Please respect the leave no trace principles, take pictures not nature, leave foot prints not trash and kill only time. Look For: __Wild Flowers __Dead tree __Pine cone __Berries __Vine __Poison ivy(oak) __Stream or creek __Blade of grass __Clover leaf __Moss __Pine tree __Seeds or seedpod __Eroded...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

The Hug-A-Tree Foundation began as a result of the tragic death of a young boy during a family campout in San Diego County. The boy got lost on a popular trail and was found dead four days later. His parents and some searchers formed the Hug-A-Tree Foundation to help kids stay safe if they do get lost in the wilderness.One of the biggest concerns of children when they get lost is that their parents or...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

Have you ever wondered how to start a fire using a bow drill? I have and will eventually be trying this on my own. In the mean time here is a good article I found on how to do it. http://www.natureskills.com/bow_drill_fire.html...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

First, for those of you who do not know, char cloth is basically baked cotton cloth to be used as tinder in lighting a fire. This is traditional method for flint and steel. In a upcoming video I am actually going to try making my own char cloth. Here is a nice article I found on the process http://www.bushcraftliving.com/skills/36-campcrafts-diy/88-how-to-make-char-cloth....[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

I will be honest winter camping is one skill I well could use some more training and experience in. Recently I was curious and did some googling and found this good article on who to make a Snow Shelter. http://www.bushcraftliving.com/skills/30-shelter/54-snow-shelter...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

When planning out meals for you group there are a number of things you need to keep in mind including: group size, allergies, costs, equipment, skill levels, and the dietary needs do to weather and activities. For example active vs lounging around camp and cold vs hot weather. Regardless if it is cold or hot hydration needs to be a priority. Also don't forget about space and weight to get you, your gear, food, etc...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

Before you leave make sure some know where you are going and how long you will be gone. If plans change make sure you notify that person Never hike alone Be prepared, think about what gear, clothing, food, water, etc you may need and what you will need if something bad happens. Don't go over kill as hauling a ton of gear is no fun...[More]


By: webmaster       On: 2009-12-14

As most of you know I am a geek that swears by Linux and a variety of other open sourse software. Today I am going to toss out some software that is available for free and may help you with in Scouting, home, or your kids education. All the software mentioned is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.Open Office: This is an office suite similar to Microsoft Office, which includes a word processor (word), spreadsheet...[More]


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