Re: Alternative uses of film canisters
James A. Sheckels (sheckej@EARTHLINK.NET)
Wed, 14 Aug 1996 11:58:21 -0700
Jerry Gray wrote:
>At our Wood Badge course (NE-CS-40) we were given a film cannister with ashes
>that had been mixed with ashes from all the National and International
>Jamborees, as well as many Wood Badge Courses (including our own). Along with
>it, we were given a log of those campfires that the ashes were mixed with.
> In turn, I have mixed these ashes with several other campfires, both at Day
>Camps and at Training sessions.
But where did you carry the log? I stir my ashes with a stick or pole,
shovel maybe. Easier to handle than the log, especially if it came from the
(Yeah, I know you mean a list of all previous campfires the ashes came from
and were mixed with. I have a list here that has a history of over 60 years.
Guess I couldn't resist this "silly" post!).
YIS, Jim Sheckels - I used to be a Bobwhite...SE 308-7 '82/'72-WWW-B'Hood
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