Eight of our finest scouts tested their mettle in the 2015 First Aid Meet at Seven Mountains Scout Camp, this weekend. Unlike previous years, EVERYTHING was outdoors. Not only did our “Ax Men” (joined by members of the “Crows”) have … Continue reading
Bonus points for anyone that can tie all the knots in the song at our next meeting! Bowline Sheepshank Double Overhand Square Knot Clove Hitch Double Shoe-Lace Bow Trucker’s Hitch
Here are a few tips from REI, for packing your backpack. Remember, this is for an internal frame backpack with a hip belt and not for a daypack or external frame backpack. Some of the concepts are the same for those, but they … Continue reading
No, it’s not math class. But you need to memorize the following equation, anyway. Fire = Fuel + Air + Heat An infographic I found at scoutmastercg.com does an awesome job in helping you understand the fuel part of the equation.
Do you like working with paracord? Already made about 1 gazillion survival bracelets, but want to do more? Well, we have a great project for you. How about a paracord pouch? It’s the perfect size for an Altoids container. And … Continue reading
The bowline knot is one of the six main knots that are used by Boy Scouts. It’s not only handy, but it’s a requirement for First Class Scout: 8a. Demonstrate tying the bowline knot and describe several ways it can … Continue reading
This is an awesome infographic from Peggy at BuzzFeed. It does an excellent job of explaining tinder, kindling and fuel that you need to gather for a campfire.