Overflowing, pouring in, spilling over. Good words for the waterfall pictured here, our September-October 2011 Where Am I? mystery location. A fitting description, too, for the gush of guesses that filled our physical and virtual
Besides lifelong memories, camps across the U.S. boast incredible activities that keep Scouts coming back for more, year after year. Every camp offers unique experiences. But with more than 400 Scout camps to choose from,
You rely on Scouting for relevant information to help you better serve Scouts. Now, you can find this same advice and much more on the Web, at the redesigned and easy-to-navigate scoutingmagazine.org. Whether it’s up-to-date
For Patricia Davis, it was the “moss-covered cypress trees” that gave it away. The Webelos leader in the Baltimore Area Council used that clue to correctly guess the mystery location in Scouting magazine’s May-June 2011 edition of
After 22 months, and nearly 400,000 page views, Cracker Barrel is no more. Scouting magazine’s official blog is now Bryan on Scouting, written by me, Bryan Wendell, an Eagle Scout and the associate editor of Scouting magazine.