Re: Novice Caving
James A. Sheckels (sheckej@EARTHLINK.NET)
Tue, 6 Aug 1996 19:32:23 -0700
KATHIE - THAT IS NOT WHAT THE SAFE GUIDE STATES! Perhaps you should do some
of that reading you remind us of so often!
And please, everyone, remeber This IS NOT an exact science!
(Oops - getting off the box now, sir)
Kathie C. wrote:
>It truly does not matter if you agree or not. The facts are quite clear.
>Troops are not allowed to go caving. period. If you do, it's your house and
>liability. BSA has stated very clearly that this activity is not allowed,
>and as such relieves itself from any responsibility.
>Remember -- we have national committees of volunteers (always with
>specialists in the various fields) who set these rules. They are not
>guidelines, but rules. The Guide to Safe Scouting states what you can or
>can not do, if you wish to have the support of BSA.
YIS, Jim Sheckels - I used to be a Bobwhite...SE 308-7 'firstname.lastname@example.org
CR & CC Troop 742, Hope Mills United Methodist Church, NC/Member of
District Adv & Tng teams/910-426-2766/3501 Farm Circle Rd Fayetteville, NC
Scouting IS NOT an exact science, so use your brain - noone else is! <|:)
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