Jamboree memories stored in videos, photos, and words

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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.

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.

One thought on “Jamboree memories stored in videos, photos, and words

  1. Those are some great links with some great pictures and media coverage. You can find more at the Leave No Trace Blog and the ClassB.com blog as well.
    ClassB Jamboree Coverage -
    http://talk.classb.com/
    Leave No Trace -
    http://www.leavenotracecommunity.blogspot.com/
    Last Frontier Council Blog -
    http://lfcjambo.org/
    There are many more, but these are the ones I have been following since I couldn’t make it to the event this year. :-(
    Looks like I missed a great time!

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