Monday, March 22, 2010


Scouting is about finding a site for the family to land.

Scouting involves lots of fun activites like map reading, researching the types of plants and animals living in various places, interfacing with forest rangers and driving around the country in old cars with people who will soon be your best friends. We always need more people to help with the scouting effort. If you're not able to run around the countryside, perhaps you can host a few dirty but loveable scouts when they're in your neck of the woods. It's always great for people involved in scouting to have a hot shower, hook up with local family, get some help with car repairs, or a good home cooked meal. There's always research to be done that is easier to accomplish from a house than a tent in the woods.

If you've got a few $$ to kick in for gas money for others to run around the countryside, that's always a huge help. If you want to plug in, but don't know how, just volunteer. Scouting is a huge effort and the more we spread the work around, the better off the gathering will be.

The first Scout Rendezvous will be April 1, 2010 at a location TBD. If you're in the area being scouted (New Hampshire, Vermont, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina or Kentucky) and can plug in at any level, please call the following lightline: 908-I-Gather (442-8437). If no one answers, leave a call back number. Calls are often returned collect, so please specify if that's OK with you or not.

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