David Miller (ddm@CS.ST-ANDREWS.AC.UK)
Fri, 22 Oct 1993 20:05:41 BST
Hi guys! I'm back on the net, and am currently trying to read the log files
from the past couple of months to see what discussion I've missed out on.
For those who missed my last introduction, I'm age 27, male, single, and have
been a Scout since 1979. In the UK, I was a Scout and Venture Scout until age
20, and then a Scout Leader. In 1989, I moved to Germany, and started as
a leader with Verband Christlicher Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder (VCP) and
more recently as a leader (ASM) with BSA and as a co-leader with GSUSA.
I've recently moved back to Scotland, and have discovered my nearest American
Scout Troops (Boy or Girl) are about 80 miles away, so I've taken up where I
left off with my old Troop here in St Andrews. The Troop is part of a Group
of around 120 Scouts - aged from 6 to 15 - with the potential to double in
size over the next couple of years. The 42 Scouts are lacking discipline,
but the 6 PLs are extremely keen, and great things are expected.
I used to be a Fox. (NE-VI-29, Camp Freedom, FRG, June 1992)
On the domestic side, I'm still looking for suitable work. I'm doing 12
hours a week in lab supervision for the University, and that gives me just
enough to live on, plus network access. Real work is hard to come by, so
I'm lucky to have what I've got.
David D. Miller
Still Scouting in Europe - Still a unique experience!
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City