Q. Hey Gear Guy, I was really unsmart on my first campout and brought sneakers! My Scoutmaster said I had to get hiking boots, but my family doesn't make that much money. Do you know of some really cheap, decent hiking boots?
How do you get to the secret levels? I put the diamond in, and got the key, I turned the key, and I went in each of the holes, but nothing new happened. How do you do it?
How do you go up the endless flight of stairs?
How do I access other pipes in Bowser?
Johnny: Teacher, would you punish me for something I didn’t do? Teacher: Of course not. Johnny: Good, because I didn’t do my homework.
How do you get to the water temple?
If you've never played a FIFA game before, the many features in FIFA World Cup Brazil will get you going. But for those who play FIFA a decent amount, EA needs to find a way to better emulate the fervent excitement and wild patriotism of a real World Cup match.
Digital technology is part of almost everything we do. The Digital Technology Merit Badge is all about using, understanding and appreciating digital technology including computers, tablets, cell phones, and even computer-controlled coffee pots.
Jerry: Why was the pomegranate kicked out of the party? Anthony: Beats me. Jerry: He looked like a seedy character!
A book never written: “A Green River Underground” by Sue Age.
Teacher: Bobby, what major event happened in 1492? Bobby: I don’t know — I wasn’t alive back then!
Steve: What has 18 legs and catches flies? John: A baseball team!
Enter the Boys' Life 2014 Summer Fun Photo Contest. Take photos of anything from your summer -- people places, Scout outings or camp, whatever.
Lush forests, barren lands and plenty of nerve-wracking climbs made for a memorable hike on the most famous volcano in the United States.
Lucas: Knock, knock. Henry: Who’s there? Lucas: Chicken. Henry: Chicken, who? Lucas: Just chicken to see who’s in there!
Gavin: What do you call a sick martial-artist bear from China? Kevin: Beats me. Gavin: “Kung-flu panda!”
Before leaving for your trip, be sure you're comfortable setting up -- and taking down -- your tent. That means reading the instruction booklet and getting plenty of practice. Here are a few tips for when you're ready to pitch your tent.
Remember these six keys to choosing a good campsite.
Mosquitos and other bugs can spread disease and drive you crazy in the wilderness. Have no fear; bug sprays are here. But before you buy something to spray on your skin, consider the pluses and minuses.