How about a little something to fill that post-jamboree emptiness?
This event was by far the most-connected jamboree in history. Hundreds of thousands of videos, photos, blog posts, Tweets, Facebook updates, and text messages were sent out of Fort A.P. Hill during the 10-day event.
We're here to help make sure you didn't miss any of it.
- Start right here with Cracker Barrel's jamboree coverage. Several daily updates to our blog showcased many of the jamboree's highlights from an adult leader's perspective.
- Read Jamboree Today, the daily newspaper of the 2010 National Scout Jamboree. View stories through your browser, or download and print each issue of the newspaper to read it in its original format.
- Relive important announcements and information given to jamboree leaders by clicking on the Leaders' Update site.
- Experience the "Shining Light" broadcast. We've told you about it before, but it's worth repeating. Catch the entire show online right here.
- Spend some time on the jamboree's official Web site. Watch a daily slideshow of high-quality pictures, pan across 360-degree immersive videos of key jamboree events, and see first-person views of exciting action.
That should keep you busy for quite a while. Once you're done with that, the countdown begins to 2013, when the Cracker Barrel team will do it all over again for the 2013 National Scout Jamboree at The Summit.