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Philmont Scout Ranch
It’s OK to stare. Feast your eyes on Philmont Scout Ranch’s droolworthy 75th Anniversary Arrowhead patch. As if 10 days at Philmont weren’t great enough,
One night in a snow shelter, and you’ll be hooked. I’m speaking from experience. In 2000, I attended Kanik, Philmont’s winter offering, with Troop 1776. The
Think you know Philmont? Never been? Either way, you can get a backstage pass to the BSA’s famous hiking and training destination in New Mexico with PhilCast, the
Todos los Scouts se merece un líder entrenado. In other words, “Every Scout deserves a trained leader.” The statement is true in any language, and now, Scout
Give and you shall receive. At this fall’s Volunteer Vacation at Philmont Scout Ranch, participants give a week of trail service and receive an unforgettable adventure
You don’t tell young people why they should join Scouting. You show them. That’s the thinking behind the BSA’s new Visual Storytelling Workshops, happening
You can’t ignore the numbers. According to the 2010 Census, 16.3 percent of U.S. citizens are of Hispanic or Latino origin. In the BSA, the proportion is much lower.
Math was never my strong suit — that’s exactly why I got into this business of words. So when I see numbers presented in an easy-to-digest format, I take notice. Case
Republican? Democrat? Forget it. I’ve got an election we can all agree on. Vote for Philmont’s Tooth of Time Traders in the SNEWS Outdoor Retailer of the Year
Point your camera in any direction while exploring Philmont, and you’re bound to get an image worth keeping. Natural beauty envelops you there. But hand your camera to
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