Try to contain your jealousy.
While you and I are at the office this week, a few Scouts and Scouters from the BSA are on an island in the Caribbean.
The contingent is representing the Boy Scouts of America at the Caribbean Jamboree, held on the island of Curaçao off the Venezuelan coast. They’re meeting Scouts from Aruba, Jamaica, Bermuda, Venezuela and elsewhere. They’ll return with new friends and a lifetime of memories.
The 15th Caribbean Jamboree started Monday and lasts a week, and you can follow along on the official Facebook page.
Interested in being considered to represent the BSA at future international events like this one? Be sure you’re regularly checking the BSA’s International page on scouting.org.
Photos of Scouts arriving at Caribbean Jamboree
Here are some of my favorites. Check out all the different uniforms and neckerchiefs.
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