John P. Cross (jpcross@PHOENIX.NET)
Thu, 25 Jul 1996 17:59:43 -6
>Dan OCanna wrote:
> In my opinion a group of vehicles, each separated by several hundred
> yards, is not what is being referred to in the Guide to Safe Scouting.
> What say the Group?
I say I agree with Dan. Our troop travels in close proximity. That
is defined as 3-8 vehicles in about a mile of road. Before hand we
(1) agreed on the exact route and stopping places
(2) for new locations, copied maps for everyone
(3) decided upon a speed of travel
(4) agreed that when one car has to stop the others will as well.
We use amateur radio in the first and last car to make (4) happen.
We also often have other radio operators in other cars.
What say all the BSA lawyers out there? Where is the definition of a
John P. Cross, Scoutmaster, Troop 869
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