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By:       On: 2010-09-09

A boy scout at heart, always and forever. The program taught him social and character development. The young boy was timid and did not know what it would be like. He learned to be a part of a team and value the importance of his teachings. The teachings were of citizenship, outdoors, education, survival, fitness, and leadership. The young scout learned the laws and oaths of the organization and vowed to live by those words....[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-09-03

Hi All, Scout and I just came in from our vacation at a nice lake. We hope you all had great vacations and of course summer camps too :)As promised I will tell you all about what we did at our camp and also about our vacation. Of course when we arrived at camp we had to pitch our tents first, which was not quite as easy as we thought (turned out we had to...[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-09-02

This is a dish a friend taught me many years ago. He originally refereed to it as a European Casserole, thought I have no idea why. It is a pretty simple and cheap dish to make. It also makes a large quantity.Ingredients bacon turkey spam mixed vegetables (I normally use a mix with broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, etc) elbow macaroni mushrooms (optional) fresh or powder garlic (optional to taste) chicken stock (option I use it...[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-31

There are several techniques to find out how heavy your backpack is before a trek. The most common method is to stand on a scale with and without the pack on. The differences between the two numbers is the weight of the pack.There is another way. For years my dad keep looking in stores at fishing scales. The problem was none of them handled more then like 40 pounds. Eventually when in San Diego I...[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-28

This is a nice video chopped full of campfire cooking idea. It has some great ideas on how to cook over the fire. A few ideas I had not seen before. Check it out....[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-26

First, let me get the disclaimer out of the way the best way for the Scouts to pass any knife is to lay it down and let the other person pick it up. However, if it can't be laid down they need to know how to pass a non-folding blade properly. Of course if the knife can fold, then it is always past when folded.As you can see in the first picture, you hold the...[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-24

First let me get this straight, this is not one of those flimsy tin foil emergency blankets. What is it? An all weather space blanket is half tarp and half emergency blanket. On one side it is a tarp that comes in an array of colors. On the other side is a shinny foil – kind of like a durable emergency blanket. Just like the emergency blankets these provide you 90% of your body...[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-21

Looking at the video I bet this thing weights a ton, but I love all the fold out table space. The leg systems seems reasonable. And the wheels on bottom to make it easier to move is genius. Ok maybe I am easily impressed......[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-19

I recently had the honor of talking with Alvin Townley, who is the author of two Scouting related books and is actively taking a role in spreading the word about Scouting. You can check out his website at ... What follows are some questions I asked him, and his answers are in caps.... Why did you decided to write "Spirit of Adventure" and "Legacy of Honor"? Where can people find them?I HAD SOME REAL...[More]

By: webmaster       On: 2010-08-17

This is a very neat and simple idea that the Scouts could do it themselves. The jest of the idea is taking a bag of corn chips and mixing in the taco meat and other items that make up a taco....[More]

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