Scouts-L Mail Archive for September of 1998: Re: Woodbadge
Sat, 26 Sep 1998 08:35:11 -0500
You must have had fun and liked those beavers. (To bad you weren't a
bear, but then some one has to provide the lower rungs of the food
chain). :>) The Staff must have been good and you might be
just a tad bit more emotional then some, but I would say that sounded
close to what I experienced.
Les Chaffin wrote:
> Hello Roundtable,
> I just completed Woodbadge course WV2-111-98 in August and now I'm
> working on my ticket. I went to Woodbadge with 15+ yrs of scouting
> under my belt this include as a boy too. When I got there it was like
> another Scout camp experience. Most of the training I've had in one
> form or another in other Scouting experiences. Then something happen I
> started to feel close to people in my patrol, then I felt uncontrollable
> emotions too for these people. by the end of the week these people
> became like family. They call it Woodbadge magic but I call it being
> filled with the LOVE of God. I wasn't the only one that felt the magic
> all the other patrol felt that way too.
> What I want to know is this a normal feeling that one gets at
> Woodbadge or is it just course I went through? Even now if I stop and
> think about WV2-111-98 I get a lump in throat.
> Thanks for listening
> Yours In Scouting,
> Les Chaffin email@example.com
> WV2-111-98 I use to be a Beaver a good O Beaver too!
> Scoutmaster Troop 104
> Falls District Varsity Roundtable Commissioner
> Snake River Council, Twin Falls Idaho
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