Cub Scout Woodbadge
Kim Moye (kmoye@SPDMAIL.SPD.DSCCC.COM)
Sun, 29 Dec 1996 10:55:35 -0600
I am fortunate to be invited to Cub Woodbadge Training that I want to take
in August of 1997. I got the invitation this week (what a great Christmas
present!). One big problem. It states that while this event is not a
competition, the attendee should be in good physical shape. Those of you
that helped me out with my Philmont training trip may remember that sometimes
does not include me. I have some health issues that usually don't prevent
me from doing "anything", but they may slow me down. I am going to contact
the director and tell him what's up with me and see what he thinks.
Anyone out there who can share what I can expect (without giving away
anything), I would appreciate it. I really want to go and know of several
people that I have met thru the years that have gone and I would consider
in worst physical shape than me. I don't want to ruin it for whoever I may
be teamed with. Again this is CUB Woodbadge.
Some background, out in Philmont, my ankles and lower legs were so swollen, it
made it difficult to walk. I have had the same problem in Texas working the
BB gun range during June. I have a tendancy to migraine headaches. Those
are the main ones. I am overweight now (about 60lbs), but feel I can slim
some of that off by August (what a great incentive!).
Thanks for all your help!
cubmaster/webelos den leader
pack 308/allen tx
cub rt commish/circle 10
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City