Q. Dear Gear Guy, I recently inherited a Coleman white-gas stove from my father; he has been using it since he was a Cub Scout with my grandfather in the 1960s. I would love to bring this to camp, but I've heard a lot of talk that white gas isn't permitted in Scouts anymore. Is this true?
With some nails and plywood, make three different games and puzzles.
Who will win in this monthlong tournament?
Matt: What kind of fruit do calendars love? Vince: Beats me. Matt: Dates!
Looks like Pedro can't resist a craze! Jump on the bandwagon and help the flying mailburro navigate the mountains to deliver the mail.
Daffynition: Neighbor — A combination of horse and pig.
Brent: What critter is always seen?Carl: Tell me.Brent: The spotted skunk!
A book never written: “Mirror Images” by Sim A. Tree.
The Mining in Society merit badge covers the history of mining, explores the status of mining in the 21st century, and introduces Scouts to modern mining careers.
You may not know it, but mining is kind of a big deal. From communications, transportation, power, construction, agriculture, and medicine to education, entertainment, and recreation, nearly every aspect of society relies on mining. Learn more by earning your Mining in Society merit badge.
Patrick: Why was the nose sad?Peter: Beats me.Patrick: Because it didn’t get picked!
Tom Swiftie: “My walking stick broke,” Tom snapped. “Good, now you can’t complain about splinters,” Bob said sharply.
The Lego Movie has been a massive success, and most of that has to do with its heart. The question is, does The Lego Movie Videogame have the same heart?
Bill: Why did the policeman ticket the ghost? McKenzie: Why? Bill: It didn’t have a haunting license.
A look at what you'll find inside the March 2014 issue of Boys' Life magazine.
Nicholas: Why did the fish blush? Tommy: I haven’t a clue. Nicholas: Because it saw the ocean’s bottom!
The West Point Camporee is held one weekend each spring near Lake Frederick, N.Y., not far from the United States Military Academy. Actual West Point cadets -- most of them former Scouts -- put the thousands of Scouts, Venturers and Girl Scouts through some basic training at dozens of stations.
List of links found in the March 2014 issue of Boys' Life magazine.
In the March issue of Boys' Life we told the story of Scouts from across the country rushing to help the community of Moore, Okla., after a devastating tornado ripped through the town last summer. Now, almost a year later, Eagle Scout Davin Ferren offers the following update on the recovery in his hometown.
George: Knock, knock. Kent: Who’s there? George: Sadie. Kent: Sadie, who? George: Sadie Pledge of Allegiance — it’s the Fourth of July!
Sam: What kind of shoes should someone wear while dissecting a frog? Ryan: Beats me. Sam: Open-toad!