Re: tent share
Settummanque, the blackeagle (waltoml@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU)
Sun, 14 Nov 1993 19:17:23 CDT
Rob White <rsw@TFS.COM> writes:
>OK, OK, I know we have hit on this subject on one way or another before
>(and I am going to call the district executive in the morning),but
>I believe I have hit on a grey area question.
>This is a Cub Scout/Webelos Scout question:
>Question: Can two families share the same tent if it is a one room tent?
> What if it is a two room (zipper divider wall) or more tent?
> What if we put all the boys in one or two tents with divided
> sections and have two parents sleep in the other room of each
Well. The BSA says that kids stay in one tent and the parents or
adults in another tent. So, I would say that no, even if it's a
divided tent, that the parents should sleep in a separate tent away
from the Scouts!
>Hey, this should be a really interesting discussion, what with BSA planning
>on allowing Cub Scouts to attend overnight camps starting summer of 94
>ie three nights of camping vs the old parent and lad overnighters).
Yeah...I want to hear other opinions on this too!
Mike L. Walton
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