Re; Glow stcks
Lorie McGraw (llmcgraw@WORLDNET.ATT.NET)
Tue, 30 Sep 1997 13:37:45 +0000
Isn't it true that glow sticks can be stored indefinitely in the freezer. I
heard also that those glow circles that they sell at the 4th of July
fireworks can be recharged in the freezer. Can you recharge glow sticks the
same way? If this is true, I'll be watching for the post-Halloween sales and
pick up a bunch for Day Camp/ Webelos Overnighter and pop them in the freezer!
Thanks, Judith for the games idea. Good alternative to flashlights! Any
other glow stick games out there?
>A solution could be those Florescent "Glow Sticks" -- The plastic tubes
>that you "break" to start a chemical reaction inside inner chambers.
>My pack has used them at our Council Family Camp <snip>
>Games with glow sticks -- tying them on cords and swinging them in patterns
>-- are among their favorite "afterdark" games.
Lorie McGraw <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Bear Leader Pack 410 Den 4
Indian Waters Council, Etowah Creek District Columbia, SC
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