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Huge Holiday Give-Away
You can win $1400 in backpacking gear by entering this giveaway by Friday. The sponsors include a dozen brands like Sawyer, Black Diamond, and Patagonia that I'm sure you know well.
Enter at this page and you just need to use an email and first name - no other info.
Prizes include sleeping bag, pad, backpack, hiking poles, headlamp, food, water treatment, and clothing - pretty much everything needed to be the envy of everyone on the trail, or at Philmont next summer!
Good Luck, and Scout On!
PS: You might as well enter MY monthly give-away before Friday, too. 3 winners every month.
Posted: 14:33 11-26-2018 1352
Chief Ambassador - Bear Grylls
Well, this is big news!
Bear Grylls has been appointed as the Chief Ambassador of the World Scout Movement. Very cool for Bear, eh?
Not only that, he is the FIRST Chief Ambassador. I've not found much detail about the position yet, but it's a volunteer spot to promote Scouting worldwide.
Bear was in New York performing his first official act which was to launch Scouts for SDGs. Maybe he'll make more appearances in the USA in the coming year.
Posted: 17:30 11-16-2018 1351
Jen is a friend of mine here in Minnesota. She is a super role model for scouts, and women interested in expanding their outdoor adventures. It is no wonder the BSA has done a Scout Me In video featuring her fun and positive persona!
I have had the privilege of hiking with Jen and her scouts, and I enjoy following her personal and scouting adventures through her social media: blog, instagram, and facebook. Her evolution from newbie backpacker to lightweight trekker is an interesting read on her blog.
Here is the BSA video about Super Jen...
Scout On, and Scout Me In!
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Posted: 12:44 11-05-2018 1350Previous Posts
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