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Knot of the Week
Here’s a stat that will blow your mind: If Scouts worldwide formed their own country, they would comprise Earth’s 45th-largest nation—ahead of Saudi Arabia, Australia,
The boys in your Scout unit can tie several knots with their eyes closed. They can set up a tent in mere minutes, and their first-aid skills are first-rate. But for all of
The diamond-shaped Tiger Cub award is usually the first patch a young Cub Scout receives. These first-graders search, discover, and share—hey, that’s the Tiger Cub
Last week, we introduced the Knot of the Week series on Cracker Barrel in an attempt to, ahem,untangle any confusion about square knots. Well, in the second edition of
When we published a story about square knots called “Know Your Knots” in our January-February 2009 issue, we received a barrage of questions from readers about how to
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