Jon: Where did the seaweed find a job? Joe: Tell me. Jon: In the kelp-wanted section.
Chase: Have you ever heard of fish baseball? Nate: No. How do you play? Chase: Three pikes, and you’re trout!
Packing your backpack the right way can go a long way toward making your backpacking trek a fun one.
Challenge your skills with 18 new holes on two tough courses in Westy's new miniature golf game!
Tom Swiftie: “And I really don’t like math class,” Tom added.
List of links found in the October 2014 issue of Boys' Life magazine.
Jhalyn: Why did the fork stop hanging out with the spoon? Elijah: I have no idea. Jhalyn: Because the spoon kept stirring up trouble!
I can't get pass level 5 with the gargantuars. Can you give me any tips?
VIDEO: Backpacking can be hard, but here are some ways you can make it easier by packing the right way.
I'm stuck on the desert race after you get your dark powers and go back to the desert city. I can't get all the artifacts; what do I do?
Stand up and cheer because NHL 15 is not the same old hockey video game.
What kind of basic equipment do I need to go rock climbing with some friends?
Tom Swiftie: “There’s no point,” Tom said bluntly.
If you've ever tripped over the guy lines of your tent in the dark, or gotten a little turned around on your way back to your tent after a midnight trip to the bathroom, then you know exactly why the StakeLight is so cool.
Thomas: What animal makes the best points when arguing? Jackson: I don’t know. Thomas: A porcupine!
Jeff: What did the kid say when he broke the sunflower pot? Alex: I’m stumped. Jeff: “Oopsy-daisy!”
A book never written: “Young Werewolves” by Harry Kidd.
The Boy Scouts of America is in the process of making its merit badge pamphlets available for purchase on Amazon's Kindle platform.
Joseph: How do you describe a frog with broken legs? Logan: Beats me. Joseph: “Un-hoppy!”
Maybe the best part of the upcoming 23rd World Scout Jamboree is just getting the opportunity to meet and hang out with Scouts from around the world.
Tom Swiftie: “I’m making pancakes,” Tom said flatly.
Leonardo: What did the Scout say when climbing the enormous mountain? Ellie: Beats me. Leonardo: “Up, up and belay!”
A book never written: “Astronomy” by Seymour Stars.
Go behind the scenes of one of the most popular sections in Boys' Life: Scouts in Action.
John: Hey, look over there. What is that? George: They’re smoke signals! John: What do they say? George: “Help … my … blanket … is … on … fire.”
Step-by-step guide to building a bird feeder to help keep wintering and migrating birds well fed.
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Electrician: What did the baby light bulb say to its mom? Customer: I haven’t a clue. Electrician: “I love you watts and watts!”
How do I get Jewels without buying them?
A couple of Maryland Boy Scouts used their Eagle projects to restore a local hiking trail.