Re: Song query
Steve Tobin (srtobin@MIRAGE.SKYPOINT.COM)
Fri, 18 Aug 1995 22:24:03 -0500
>The song you remember is called "Hi Ho! Nobody Home" in the 1993 printing
>BSA Boy Scout...
>This song makes the perfect transition to a quite campfire ending.
>Bob Myers, SM, Troop 575, Dan Beard Council, Cincinnati, Ohio
You know, the dumb part of this is that the BSA song book is sitting right
here on the computer desk. It never occurred to me to look it up there.
But Bob, you win the prize for the best spine-tingling campfire presentation
I have 'seen' in 30 years. I loved it, and I can't wait to do it myself.
But, then, I always was a sucker for a good story, especially around a
campfire. I don't know if it will work today, though. I have trouble getting
the boys to buy into the fun of 'being taken in'. They have been bombarded
so much by sci-fi and the movies that their credulity (I had to look that
up; means gullibility), even if it is willing exercised, has been pretty
much overloaded. But I keep trying, and somtimes I even pull it off :^)
Thanks to everyone.
Steve Tobin, SM | Troop 39 Cannon Falls, MN
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