“A boy is naturally full of humor,” Scouting founder Baden-Powell once said. So it’s completely appropriate for us to share a good-natured laugh about
All this and more, televised for your viewing pleasure. Call it real reality TV. Take all the excitement and education found in Boys’ Life magazine and transport it
Follow Me, Boys! is Disney's tribute to the Boy Scouts of America, and nearly five decades after its release, it's still one of the best BSA-related films.
Instead of fancy sneakers, Paul wants hiking boots. Rather than an expensive vacation, Angela would like a trip to Wood Badge. And save your money on Pete, because his main
At Boy Scout camps in the year 2000, milk doesn’t spoil, knots are rarely used and backpacks have been replaced by rockets that deliver camping gear in “near-zero
Update, Oct. 30: Nearly 1.2 million people watched the awesome production last night. Did you miss it? You can now watch the whole thing online. Original post: Won’t be
For those of us who have been in Scouting for the majority of our lives, the answer seems obvious. But recently I got an email from a Cub Scout parent who shall remain
Like many who saw the new movie Gravity, I was curious how much of what happens in the big-budget thriller could happen in real life. Fortunately, astronaut and Eagle
Summer camp season may be over (sadly), but we can still have a little fun looking back. And I mean way, way back — to 1930 and summer camp in the Kansas City Council.
Note: Not a real patch. In Crew 9820, they’re taking the joke of “underwater basket weaving” to new heights. Or, technically, new depths. Last weekend, the