Grizzly Bear Facts/Stories/Tips
Bill Lantz (wlantz@INETDIRECT.NET)
Wed, 28 Jun 1995 18:12:57 -0400
This morning at 7:45 my wife was listening to a national syndicated talk
show on the radio. She does not remember the name of the host. This is a
regular morning feature. The discussion was on the outlook people have on
life and how many do not see society progressing in the proper direction.
The host mentioned that inspite of peoples pessimistic outlook that there is
hope, after all the two mostly widely read books in the world are the Bible
and the Boy Scout Handbook.
If my wife thinks of the name of the show, I will forward it to the list.
Troop Committee Chairman, Troop 137
Pioneer District, Crossroads of America Council, BSA
Eagle Scout, Class of '95
Brotherhood Order of the Arrow
Chapter activities chairman
"You can't be lost if you don't care where you are".
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City