Woodbadge ticket - follow up and thank you.
Mike Pitre (ab514@FREENET.CARLETON.CA)
Tue, 12 Sep 1995 17:46:47 -0400
Thank you for the many replies I received concerning the term "woodbadge
ticket". It turns out I'm currently working my ticket, and I didn't know
it! In Ontario, Canada (other parts of Canada are different) we do our
Woodbadge training in three parts. Part I - recognized with the turk's
head woggle, is an introductory, 15 hour course, usually held on a
weekend. Part II is a 50 hour, usually week long residential course. The
Part III is what you BSA types refer to as working your ticket. Our time
frame is considerably shorter, mind you. In my case, the time between the
end of the Part II and the presentation of beads and necker is about six
Even our third and fourth beads are different, but I'll leave those alone.
Mike Pitre (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
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