scouts-l Mail Archive for June of 2000: Re: Closing of the National Scout Museum
Dave Loomis (dloomis@NH.ULTRANET.COM
Wed Jun 07 2000 - 22:33:07 CDT
Thanks for plugging our museum, John. I try to restrict my own
messages on the subject to around 3 per year.
If you stop at the museum, plan on spending a couple of hours there.
The museum is located at our old Boy Scout Camp, on Bodwell Rd., SE of
Manchester, and is signposted from nearby I-93 offramps.
If you are en-route to Maine, Boston, or other nearby areas, overnight
camping can be arranged by contacting the ranger, through the Daniel
Webster Council web site. [http://www.dwcbsa.org/] This plus a museum
visit make a very nice trip break, and the museum folks will open the
museum for groups, outside of their normal hours, which are daily during
the summer, and Saturday afternoons during the rest of the year.
> I can attest to the fine collection at the Lawrence L Lee museum of Daniel
> Webster Council. It is truly amazing. Any scouts or scouters visiting New
> England should consider make a visit to this outstanding facility outside of
> Manchester, New Hampshire
> John Blanchard SM Troop 35 Narragansett Council (Rhode Island)
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