Two birders are bird calling. The first one makes an odd sound. “What was that?” the second one asks. “A gulp,” says the first one. “What kind of bird is that?” asks the second birder. “It’s like a swallow,” the first one says. “Only it’s bigger.”
See photos of Troop 136's canoeing trek through Canada's Bowron Lake Provincial Park, where they found majestic mountains, remarkable rivers and lovely lakes. And plenty of paddling.
The Scout Brigade at Fort George features thousands of Scouts from both countries honoring those who fought in the War of 1812 and to also celebrate the centuries of peace that have followed.
Daffynition: Tapeworm — Sticky bait.
William: Which is the tastiest federal building? Michael: I don’t know. William: The U.S. Mint!
Here's the lowdown from an expert caver on the best places to get started caving.
A book never written: “Thunderstorms” by D. Wayne Cumming.
Damon: What did the candle say to the envelope? Johnny: I’m stumped. Damon: “Seal you later.”
Daffynition: Troubleshooting — Problems with your rifle.
Nick: Why are elephants so wrinkled? Alfred: I don’t know. Nick: They’re too hard to iron.
Phil: What happened when the catapult got sick? George: I give up. Phil: It hurled!
My favorite rubber rain boots have a hole in the side. Now they aren't dry at all. They weren't really expensive, but I don't want to get new ones. How can I repair my boot? Please help.
The Boy Scouts of America and Jack Link’s® have teamed up on a multiyear partnership that will make Jack Link’s “The Official Protein Snack of the Boy Scouts of America” and the organization’s four national high-adventure bases.
It's a special day when "tastes good" and "mom-approved" can be used in the same sentence. And that's why we're stoked on Sharkies.
Tom Swiftie: “I stepped in poison ivy,” Tom said rashly.
Rodney: What did the jeweler plant in his garden? Rachel: Beats me. Rodney: Carats!
Warped Wiseman wonders: “Shouldn’t the Air and Space Museum be empty?”