1. A Christmas Mistake
  2. Boy Scout leader dies
  3. Boy Scouts on a Long Hike
  4. Fuzzy's Salmon Burgers with Lime Mayonnaise
  5. Give Us A Push
  6. Hot Chocolate Wisdom
  7. SM Tip - It's a Date--or Is It?
  8. WePay.com: The Hassle-Free Way to Collect Scouting Dues
  9. Wow – 200 Posts!!!
  10. Written Resources
  11. 1,000th Subscriber Contest and Lodge Mfg
  12. 10 tips to getting kids outside
  13. 12 Volt Camping
  14. 156 Years Ago
  15. 16 Steps to building a campfire
  16. 2 no utensils recipes
  17. 25 Uses For A Black Trash Bag
  18. 25 Uses For Dental Floss
  19. 25 Uses For Duct Tape
  20. 35 Uses For Paracord
  21. 4 Creative Ideas for Homemade First Aid Kits
  22. 45th Annual National Invitational White River Canoe Race-Arkansas
  23. 5 HOLIDAY MUST DO-S WITH KIDS!
  24. 6 Things to Consider Before Taking Scouts Backpacking
  25. 759: Boy Scouts of Harlem
  26. 8 Scouting Movies
  27. 9 Items Every First Aid Kit Must Have
  28. A Lesson in Penmanship - eagle tip
  29. A Really Cool Chuck / Patrol Box
  30. A Salute from the Top - Eagle Tip
  31. A Tale By Scott
  32. A TIME OF GIVING
  33. A Uniform Conundrum Solved
  34. A Video Letter to the Future - Eagle Tip
  35. A Wing and a Scoutmaster's Minute
  36. About Those Star and Life Leadership Projects, Part 1 - smtip
  37. About Those Star and Life Leadership Projects, Part 2 - eagle tip
  38. Adventure of Beaver Patrol - 12 Novels by Fletcher
  39. All the News That's Fit - smtips
  40. All Weather Blanket
  41. Alvin Townley
  42. Amazing Knapsack
  43. An Excuses Is....
  44. Announcing the Guide to Advancement 2013
  45. Arrow of Light Award Plaque
  46. Aug - Fuzzy and Scouts Corner
  47. Autism Spectrum Disorders and Scouting
  48. Avoiding Drowsy Driving - SM Tips
  49. Awards Binder Idea
  50. AX v.s. Hatchet
  51. Backcountry Trash / Vandalism
  52. Backpacking Gear for New Scouts
  53. Baden Powell at Southport
  54. Baden Powell Quotes
  55. Bandanas
  56. Be Prepared - Boy Scouts Do Get Hurt
  57. Big Sur California
  58. Bodie CA, Ghost Town
  59. Bow Drill Fire
  60. Bowline Knot
  61. Boy Scout on Old Superior
  62. Boy Scout Pathfinders
  63. Boy Scout Rescue
  64. Boy Scout Rivals
  65. Boy Scouting-What it Really Is
  66. Boy Scouts in Alaska
  67. Boy Scouts in Coal Caverns
  68. Boy Scouts in Northern Wilds
  69. Boy Scouts in the Everglades
  70. Boy Scouts Nashville Folding Flag
  71. Boy Scouts of America Jamboree (1953)
  72. Boy Scouts of The Great Divide
  73. Boy Scouts Signal Sender
  74. Boy Scouts Test of Courage
  75. Boy Scouts With Baden Powell (1910-1920)
  76. Boy Scouts Woodcraft Lesson
  77. Breaking Bread - Eagle Tip
  78. Brotherhood of Scouting
  79. BSA 2010 Marketing
  80. Buddhism and Scouting
  81. Bushcraft – Flint and Steel
  82. Bushcraft – Making a Bowl / Oil Lamp
  83. Bushcraft Kit
  84. Butterscotch Trail Mix
  85. Camp Gadget Technology Video
  86. Camp Gadgets Video
  87. Camp Lanterns
  88. Camp Solar Oven
  89. Camp Staff signing rank requirements
  90. Camp Tools
  91. Campfire Fun
  92. Changes in 2012 to the Boy Scout Advancement Requirements
  93. Char Cloth
  94. Chatter From Pinewood Derby
  95. Choose Your Own Adventure - SMTip
  96. Choosing A Knife for a Webelos 1
  97. Citizen Super Bowl
  98. Cool Camp Sink Video
  99. Cool Scout Graphics
  100. Creative Leader Awards
  101. Cyber Chip Program
  102. Dan Pallotta: The way we think about charity is dead wrong
  103. Dec 2009 Fuzzy and Scout Corner
  104. Did you know...
  105. DIY POPSICLE STICK ORNAMENTS
  106. Does Eagle Matter
  107. Dreams
  108. Drew's Bad Birthday
  109. Dues
  110. Eagle Island
  111. Eagle Scout Certificates with the Click of a Mouse
  112. Eagle Scout College Scholarship Fundraiser
  113. Eagle Scout Scholarships
  114. Eagle Tip - A Cool Eagle Scout Video
  115. Eagle Tip - A Gift for the Ages
  116. Eagle Tip - A Rose Is a Rose Is a Good Idea
  117. Eagle Tip - A Tree-mendous Honor
  118. Eagle Tip - Charge
  119. Eagle Tip - Charging the Eagle Scout Collegian
  120. Eagle Tip - Color-coordinated Candy
  121. Eagle Tip - Eagle Scout Photos (and an Important Notice)
  122. Eagle Tip - Fill in the Blank
  123. Eagle Tip - George Washington's Scout Law
  124. Eagle Tip - Going with the Flow
  125. Eagle Tip - Inviting Invitations
  126. Eagle Tip - Learning From Our Mistake
  127. Eagle Tip - Of Calendars and Conflicts
  128. Eagle Tip - Old-timers and Uniforms
  129. Eagle Tip - Picture This, Part 1
  130. Eagle Tip - Picture This, Part 2
  131. Eagle Tip - Return to Sender
  132. Eagle Tip - Return to Sender
  133. Eagle Tip - Sending a Message
  134. Eagle Tip - Sharpen Your Ax Before Planning a Court of Honor
  135. Eagle Tip - Sister (and Brother) Act
  136. Eagle Tip - Strike Up the Band
  137. Eagle Tip - That's the Way the Cookie Crumbles
  138. Eagle Tip - The Five Ws
  139. Eagle Tip - The Scout Law in Scripture
  140. Eagle Tip - Tonight's Ceremony: Brought to You in Technicolor
  141. Eagle Tip: Celebrating Failure
  142. Eagle Tip: Giving New Meaning to the Term
  143. Eagle Tip: Let There Be Dark
  144. Eagle Tip: The Gift That Keeps on Giving
  145. Eagle Tips - Returning to the Scene of the Crime
  146. Eagle Tips - It's in the Cards
  147. Eagle Tips - Feathering Your (Eagle) Nest
  148. Eagle Tips - Going On Location
  149. Eagle Tips - Removing Barriers
  150. Eagle Tips - Scrapping the Guestbook
  151. Eagle Tips - Tonight's Ceremony: Brought to You in Technicolor
  152. EASY HOLIDAY GIFT CRAFTS FOR KIDS
  153. Egg-in-A-Bag
  154. Eldorado Canyon Trip
  155. Electric Camp Light
  156. Episode 1
  157. Episode 2
  158. Essential Gear - Knife
  159. Essential Knots - Simplest Knots
  160. Essential Knots - Square Knot
  161. Facebooking Your Parents
  162. Favourite Scouting Songs
  163. Feb Fuzzy & Scout
  164. Finding the Perfect Eagle Scout Service Project
  165. First Contest
  166. First National Boy Scout Jamboree, Washington D.C. 1937 Chevrolet Newsreel
  167. FIVE BUGS THAT CAN HELP YOU ROUGH IT OUT!
  168. Five Reasons You Should Get Trained
  169. For Crying Out Loud - Eagle Tip
  170. For Crying Out Loud, Part 2 - Eagle Tip
  171. For Crying Out Loud, Part 3 - Eagle Tip
  172. Forging a path of hopefulness
  173. Fun Facts - Eagle Tips
  174. Fun Recipes for Scouts
  175. Fun Things to Make with Toilet Paper Rolls
  176. Fun Things to Make with Your Coffee can!
  177. Fuzzy and Scout Feb 2010
  178. Fuzzy and Scout Jan 2010
  179. Fuzzy and Scout March 2010
  180. Fuzzy and Scout April 2010
  181. Fuzzy and Scout April 2011
  182. Fuzzy and Scout Aug 2010
  183. Fuzzy and Scout Aug 2010
  184. Fuzzy and Scout Dec 2010
  185. Fuzzy and Scout Dec 2011
  186. Fuzzy and Scout Jan 2011
  187. Fuzzy and Scout July 2011
  188. Fuzzy and Scout June 2010
  189. Fuzzy and Scout Nov 2010
  190. Fuzzy and Scout On Knife Safety
  191. Fuzzy and Scout Sept 2010
  192. Fuzzy and Scout Sept 28
  193. Fuzzy and Scout Sept Updates
  194. Gear Pods
  195. Gift Of Scouting
  196. Go Bag
  197. Grand Canyon NP
  198. Guide to Advancement
  199. Hang a Hammock Inside a Mini-Van
  200. Happy Holidays 2011
  201. Hapy New Years
  202. Help InsaneScouter
  203. Hiking Games
  204. Historic Book Collection
  205. Hmmm... Electrical Outlets
  206. Hmmm... Hiking Rattle Snake
  207. Hmmm... Hot Marshmallow Stick
  208. Hmmm... Philmont Squirrels
  209. Hmmm... Tuna Fish Surprise
  210. Hmmm.... Mules & Rivers
  211. Hmmm.... Stuffed Up At Philmont
  212. HOLIDAY NECKERCHIEF
  213. Homemade Gear Shelving
  214. How Does a Pedometer Work? Tips for Beginners ($)
  215. How long do things last
  216. How much water is enough?
  217. How not to Step into the Breach
  218. How To Cook Seven Simple Recipes Over a Campfire
  219. How to Do First Aid Makeup & Make Your Own Fake Blood
  220. How To Find Success
  221. If Only We Could Cure All Cares with Play-Doh
  222. If You Could Ask Baden Powell Anything
  223. InsaneScouter - Campfire Grill Contest
  224. InsaneScouter Newsletter
  225. InsaneScouter Oct 2016 Update
  226. InsaneScouter Ramblings
  227. Interesting Reading On Scouting History
  228. interesting readings Hitchins on BP
  229. interview Director of 759: Boy Scouts of Harlem
  230. Interview of Garrett Batty director of Scout Camp The Movie
  231. Interview of the Center Trail team
  232. Interview With Author Mark Ray
  233. Interview With Blake Cortright - The First Encampment
  234. Interview With Torey McCleskey - Amazing Eagle Scout
  235. Introducing the Knot Box Series
  236. Iowa Tornado Kills 4 at Scout Camp
  237. It is funny the things we remember
  238. Jamboree On The Internet & Air
  239. Jungle Book -- If
  240. Just Believe
  241. Kamp Kitchen – Food Storage
  242. Kamp Kitchen
  243. Kamp Kitchen - First Aid Kit
  244. Kamp Kitchen - Ice Chests
  245. Kamp Kitchen - Seasoning It All Up
  246. Kamp Kitchen – Cleaning It All Up
  247. Kamp Kitchen – Cooking Utensil
  248. Kamp Kitchen – Cutting it All Up
  249. Kamp Kitchen – Dutch Ovens
  250. Kamp Kitchen – Packing It all Up
  251. Kamp Kitchen – Patrol Boxes
  252. Kamp Kitchen – Personal Hygiene
  253. Kamp Kitchen – Personal Mess Gear
  254. Kamp Kitchen – Portable Water
  255. Kamp Kitchen – Pots and Pans
  256. Kamp kitchen – Stoves & Fuels
  257. Kamp Kitchen – Tables
  258. Kamp Knots Cartoon Contest
  259. KampSpace
  260. KBOOM!!!
  261. Keeping Kids Safe from Common Dangers
  262. Keeping Kids Safe Online
  263. Keeping Up with New Merit Badges - SM Tips
  264. Kid's Chili
  265. Knapsack - Thank You
  266. Knights’ Roasters
  267. Knives
  268. Leave No Trace Campfire
  269. Lesson: Emergency Tent Stakes
  270. Lesson: First Class Board of Review
  271. Lesson: Hammock and Chips
  272. Lesson: Teaching Totin' Chit
  273. Lesson: Where is my backpack
  274. Lessons from the past... bring back something interesting
  275. Lessons from the past... Cactus Slide
  276. Lessons from the past... Corkscrew Dare
  277. Lessons from the past... Grand Canyon
  278. Lessons from the past... Poison Ivy
  279. Lessons from the past... Rocks in the Pack
  280. Lessons from the past... Sniffing Koolaid & Trail Toys
  281. Lessons from the past... Walking Backpack
  282. Letter From Scott - Founder of InsaneScouter
  283. Lightening Round Contest
  284. Looking for volunteers,. will you help us?
  285. Lost
  286. Make Your Own Hot Cocoa Mix
  287. Making Merit Badge Counselor Recruiting a Bit Easier - sm tip
  288. Making Primitive Jerky
  289. Me First! Interview
  290. Meal Planning
  291. Meat Casserole Recipe
  292. Meet Dean Whinery
  293. Minute Judging - Eagle Tip
  294. Minute Judging, Part 2
  295. Mobile Office
  296. Monsters in the dark
  297. More Photos
  298. Multimedia Resources
  299. Murphy's scouts laws
  300. My Medic
  301. NATIONAL JAMBOREE
  302. New Server
  303. New tour plan coming May 1st
  304. NO TV
  305. No Utensil Campfire Cooking
  306. Oh No I Am Lost
  307. Oh No! - My Group First Aid Kit
  308. Old Hat, New Eyes
  309. Open Road Pet Peeves
  310. Open Source Scouting
  311. Order of the Arrow
  312. Organizing Travel Guides
  313. Our Cubbing Years
  314. Our Websites
  315. Outdoor Drinks
  316. Outdoor Gym
  317. Outdoor Planning
  318. Outlaw Pinewood Derby
  319. Pasta Fundrasing Idea
  320. Picaria Native American Game
  321. Places I run into Scouts
  322. Pop Goes the Centerpiece
  323. Pop Up Dutch Oven Pizza
  324. Postcards from Coast to Coast for Blue and Gold
  325. Pretty Photos
  326. Progress Toward Living On The
  327. Quick Stew Recipe
  328. Rain Tax
  329. Ramblings of a new Webelos 2 Den Leader
  330. Ramblings of a new Webelos 2 Den Leader Part 2
  331. Ramblings of a new Webelos 2 Den Leader Part 3
  332. Real Good Turns
  333. Recipe For Christmas Joy
  334. Returning to the Summit
  335. Review of The First Encampment
  336. Ride-on Ice Chest
  337. Rigging A Tarp
  338. Right on Trek Backpacking Review
  339. Roll-a-away camp cot review
  340. Rope Box - Lashings
  341. Rope Box – Stakes and Doodads
  342. Rope Box – What’s In The Box
  343. Rope Box � Camp Gadgets
  344. Route 66
  345. S.C.O.U.T.I.N.G
  346. San Diego CA, Bay at night
  347. Save Money - Rent Gear
  348. Save the Date--and Time - Eagle Tip
  349. Scout Camp Grace
  350. Scout Camp The Movie
  351. Scout Camp: The Klondike
  352. Scout Is Trustworthy
  353. Scout Jokes
  354. Scout Law Stories
  355. Scout Leader -- Proud to be an American
  356. Scout Website
  357. Scouter's Prayer
  358. Scouting A Nation Booklet
  359. Scouting Resource Package
  360. Scouting Stuff
  361. Scouting Thomas
  362. Scoutmanage
  363. Scouts and Grades
  364. Scouts of the World Award Discovery in UK
  365. Scouts With Learning Disabilities
  366. Scouts, Flashlights, my eyes
  367. See America First
  368. Selecting Axes
  369. Selecting Knives
  370. Selecting Saws
  371. Seven Ways to Get Out of Work and Go Camping
  372. Sharpening the Knife - Scout Is Reverent
  373. Sierra Cup
  374. Simple Wood Tools Safety Rules
  375. SM Tip - A New Scouting Position: Nozzle Control Officer
  376. SM Tip - A Sense of Wonder
  377. SM Tip - A Shot at Greatness
  378. SM Tip - Another Storm, Another Snow Day
  379. SM Tip - Belt Them in the Car
  380. SM Tip - Connect With Special Merit Badge Opportunities
  381. SM Tip - Conquering Context Collapse
  382. SM Tip - Don't Forget to Play the Game
  383. SM Tip - Facts and Filmstrips
  384. SM Tip - From the Sports Page to the Scoutmaster Minute, Part 1
  385. SM Tip - From the Sports Page to the Scoutmaster Minute, Part 2
  386. SM Tip - How to Make Your SPL Quit
  387. SM Tip - Making New Year's Reservations
  388. SM tip - Moving Past Tour Permits
  389. SM Tip - Of Wood Tape and Balancing Points
  390. SM Tip - Philmont for Procrastinators
  391. SM Tip - Put Down That Firewood, and Nobody Will Get Hurt
  392. SM Tip - Requiem for the Preopening
  393. SM Tip - Scouting in the Video Age
  394. SM Tip - Secrets to Successful Scout Fundraising
  395. SM Tip - Shaping The Summit
  396. SM Tip - Social Media and Scouting
  397. SM Tip - Ten Essentials of Scoutmastership
  398. SM Tip - Transformational Service
  399. SM Tip - Twelve Questions for Patrol Leaders
  400. SM Tip - What Really Attracts Boys to Scouting
  401. SM Tip - Why We Do What We Do
  402. SM Tip - Working with Scouts with Disabilities
  403. SM tip - Wrestle With This
  404. SM Tip: End Runs and Dead Ends
  405. SM Tip: Who's Your Most Important Volunteer?
  406. SM tips - Beyond the Usual Suspects
  407. SM tips - How not to Help a Scout
  408. SM tips - Robot Merit Badge
  409. SM Tips - Teachable Moments and More
  410. SM tips: Awards 101
  411. Snow Camping with Boy Scouts
  412. Snow Shelter
  413. Spaghetti Sauce From Scratch
  414. Special Need Scouts
  415. Spray On Sunscreen
  416. State Of InsaneScouter - Aug 2018
  417. Stay out of the Risk Zone - smtip
  418. Striking before the Iron Is Hot
  419. Summer Camp for Adults
  420. Survival Kit For Boy Scouts
  421. Tacos In A Bag
  422. Teaching About The Outdoors
  423. Teaching How to Hold and Pass a Knife
  424. Teaching Tool Safety
  425. Teddy Bear
  426. Ten Essentials
  427. Thanks for the Memories
  428. The adventure begins
  429. The Boy Scout
  430. The Boy Who Cried Wolf
  431. The Cancer Survivor Trek At Philmont
  432. The Christmas Scout
  433. The Christmas Scout Story
  434. The First Encampment
  435. The importance of advancement and ways to elevate the Scouting experience
  436. The Little Boy and The Rattlesnake
  437. The Moon
  438. The Peace of Wild Things
  439. The Perfect Campfire Grill
  440. The Real Santa
  441. The Scout Law For Camp Staff
  442. The Scout Uniform
  443. The State of Scouting
  444. Thirteen Steps to Build a Campfire
  445. This Takes the Cake
  446. Thousands Of Boy Scouts (1931)
  447. Three More Letters for Your Alphabet Soup - SM Tip
  448. Three Things Needed For Fire
  449. Through the wars of yesteryear
  450. Tips For Leading A Boy Scouts Troop
  451. Toasted Chit Pressurized Fuel Training
  452. Top Ten Scouting Games
  453. Trade-O-Ree News
  454. Trail Rules & Etiquette
  455. Trail Scavenger Hunt
  456. Trash – Did You Know?
  457. Troop Meeting Planning
  458. Tutoring
  459. Two Councils Consolidated
  460. Two Years of Rambling
  461. US Submarine July 1945, off the coast of Japan
  462. Uses For A Disposable Pie Tin
  463. Want InsaneScouter to be Even Better?
  464. Washing Dishes
  465. Website Security
  466. Weighing My Backpack
  467. Welcome to Beta version of our new site
  468. What Can Scouts Learn From Their Favorite Superhero?
  469. What Is A Team
  470. What is an Expedition
  471. What Scouting means to me
  472. Whats New With InsaneScouter 2021
  473. When you walk through woods
  474. White Chile Recipe
  475. Why Is He A Scout
  476. Why Your Son Should Be A Scout Video
  477. Working with challenging Scouts
  478. Working with challenging Scouts
  479. WOW - $600 In Prizes - Contest
  480. You Know You Are A Scouter If …
 


Scott Robertson was born into a wonderful Air Force family in July 1975. He grew up moving every few years and attending more schools then houses he lived in. While in the third and fourth grade he went through medical test, leaving him feeling like a guinea pig, to determine what his learning disabilities were. The end result was a long laundry list including ADHD and Dyslexia. After many years of hard work, most people today when told of Scott's disabilities look at him funny and say “You are? I would have never guessed.” Scott does not allow himself to use his disabilities as an excuse but rather sees them as obstacles to deal with everyday.

All the moving around and changing schools did leave a toll on young Scott. It turned him into a hermit during his Junior and Senior High School years. As a result Scott befriended the computer. In the fifth grade, for example, his teacher got a new Apple II C for the classroom. Scott begged for days to set it up for her. His teacher politely declined each time saying the School would be sending some over in a few days to set it up. Finally Scott wore her down. Over a short period of time not only did he hook the computer up and had it working, he told her she needed to contact Apple because the printer cable was missing. She checked and sure enough the computer was working. Then with shock she noticed all manuals were still factory sealed. From that point on Scott was sent to other teachers to help with their technical problems. Scott started High School already able to write basic computer programs.

Boy Scouting was and still is a big part of Scott's life. He is an Eagle Scout and an avid outdoorsman. Through Scouting Scott has learned all about the outdoors including: outdoor skills, survival, nature (but don't ask him to identify any plants though), fire building, knot tying and so much more. Scout's made Scott who he is today. Scott has a lot of experience in Scouting including working with local units, District, Training Team, Council, Chairing an International Jamboree three times, summer camp staff four times, and much more.

Scott is proud of what he has achieved in school, but if you ask him what one achievement means the most to him, he will tell you without blinking an eye, “earning Eagle Scout”. For those of you who do not know, Eagle Scout is the highest rank in the Boy Scouts, which takes many years to earn. To do this one has to demonstrate their skills in a number of subjects including outdoors and leadership.

The great outdoors, is one of the places Scott feels the most relaxed and at home. He has been camping longer then he has been walking, and “Scouting” the outdoors almost as long. Scott at one time would go camping or backpacking at least twice a month. He has backpacked over 60 miles in 8 days, and on two other occasions has backpacked to the bottom of the Grand Canyon. On four occasions, while on summer camp staff, he has spent at least 6 weeks living out of a tent.

As a result of spending all of this time in the outdoors Scott has developed a passion for protecting the environment and educating others how they can do the same. Scott has worked in education as a computer tutor, as well as running his college's only Unix User group. He also knows how to make learning about the outdoors fun, as a result of his Scouting background.

In life, besides computers, business and Scouts, Scott enjoys camping and hiking, writing children's fiction, taking photos, shooting video, cooking, learning, reading, traveling, meeting new people and overcoming challenges.

Scott is an entrepreneur at heart, he is one of those that it is the challenge, the journey, the adventure that its all about. He has experience being part of and running a number of businesses. Scott knows that in order to have a chance to succeed one has to take the chance of failing... Scott does not know what give up means, if one way doesn't work, it just means it's time to find another way.

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