Re: Speaking of urban......
William Anderson (WANDERSO@PEPMAIL.BITNET)
Tue, 15 Feb 1994 10:37:52 -0800
When I lived in Bristol TN we held our Klondike in such a setting. Booths and
displays were anchored somehow, generally using timbers or railroad ties. Tents
will hold fine if the lines are to railroad ties, and the boys learn a skill
that will be useful sometime when they are camping where stakes are impractical.
We also used sleds on the sidewalks; it seems strange but it worked fine. Some
Part of Scouting is learning to work with the resources available, and the boys
will find the experience rewarding, even though it is different than how one
might have pictured it without knowing the constraints of the particular
ASM Troop 753 Newbury Park CA
Onetime ASM Troop 3, Bristol TN
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City