Patrick Lam (patrick.lam@CHRONO.MTLNET.ORG)
Sun, 13 Feb 1994 14:18:02 -0500
In a message to PATRICK LAM <02-11-94 08:06>, MCRCIM.DAEMON
M> On the other hand, I do remember the old Second Class requirement to
M> light a fire with no more than two matches. After watching our troop
M> on numerous campouts, I KNOW that would be a practical skill they need
M> now, just as much as I did years ago. (Be quiet, you in the back who
Scouts Canada still has "Light a fire with two matches" as a requirement for
BP Woodsman. Scouts have to earn their BP Woodsman before working on other
badges. It has a set of requirements like the way your T-foot, 2nd and 1st
class ranks work.
You really do have to have an active outdoor program to do this one, though.
It's really hard to light a fire in the city- there are people who don't
appreciate fires in the city, for some reason. :)
Money can't buy happiness, but it does quiet the nerves.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City