I used to be...
Carol Breuer (CBreuer@VINES.COLOSTATE.EDU)
Mon, 19 Feb 1996 10:51:37 MST
In a message dated 96-02-18 21:25:09 EST, you write:
Jim Perlberg asked:
>>d use to be an Antelope (SE 597).
>What does this mean? My only guess is that it is reflective of the Patrol
>Unit one was a member of when scout age?
Oops! I'm guilty of this one too.
The reference is to the Wood Badge patrol we belong to, and the number is the
particular course we attended. It comes from the Gilwell song sung at Wood
Badge courses which begins "I used to be a (your patrol name)".
Carol Breuer, Fort Collins, CO
Asst District Commissioner
. . . I used to be an eagle, NC-155
(that's the Eagle patrol on North Central Region Boy Scout Wood Badge course
#155, held 1986 in Longs Peak Council)
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City