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Neckerchiefs

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Correction:  Historical not "Traditional" Neckerchief- a 32 in by 32 in square cloth (they can be purchased in different sizes and are no longer  square any longer usually a triangle-- however that …Continue

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Starting RESA Scout Groups

Where to begin-  well community groups for one; churches, clubs, and schools. Why- these organizations are already formed and have children or young people in them. They usually are community and family based and so is RESA.  Do you have to be a member ?- of course not but it helps.   Starting out you would like to grow and have sponsorship ( a meeting place, possible financial support) If you are an un-sponsored scout group and looking for a sponsor, then volunteer to help an organization and…See More
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BP history website....

https://www.pinetreeweb.com/Its one of the great websites that you read but forget to put in your favorites. I was happy to see it was still around this morning.See More
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Neckerchiefs

Correction:  Historical not "Traditional" Neckerchief- a 32 in by 32 in square cloth (they can be purchased in different sizes and are no longer  square any longer usually a triangle-- however that  depends on the unit.  Cotton is best however I have seen other materials used, even wool (oh so scratchy).  Cost and time is a factor.  The  Colour(s) are determine by home unit or IHQ,  and is to be worn by each scout and scouter. Leaders should wear them to serve as an example (honestly if you do…See More
May 29
Todd Taylor commented on Todd Taylor's blog post Creating a "BP" or Campaign Hat
"So the hat I am wearing is the one I created from a cowboy slouch hat.  I discovered that the secret to making a hard hat was washable elmers glue, 50/50 with water, just brushed on and set to dry for a day or so....."
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Materials for Wood Badge for RESA

Hello, Does anyone have the syllabus for a RESA Wood badge training course?See More
May 5
Todd Taylor commented on Todd Taylor's blog post Creating a "BP" or Campaign Hat
"I would also like to see one of these hats in real life or just a picture.  Thanks."
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Creating a "BP" or Campaign Hat

So I kind of choked on the costs of real stetsons and antique hats and what I felt were  incorrect hats (military/police)- of which there are many.  Using my scout intuition and what I could find around the house I decided to convert a cowboy hat. I hadnt wore the hat in years and when it laid flat the brim was round. So I started by soaking the hat, some dye came out, shaped it with my fingers and dried it with a hair dryer.  The below pictures are hats that I have; an original BSA scout hat,…See More
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Starting RESA Scout Groups

Posted on October 2, 2018 at 5:30 0 Comments

Where to begin-  well community groups for one; churches, clubs, and schools. Why- these organizations are already formed and have children or young people in them. They usually are community and family based and so is RESA.  Do you have to be a member ?- of course not but it helps.   Starting out you would like to grow and have sponsorship ( a meeting place, possible financial support) If you are an un-sponsored scout group and looking for a sponsor, then volunteer to help an organization…

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BP history website....

Posted on July 18, 2018 at 4:56 0 Comments

https://www.pinetreeweb.com/

Its one of the great websites that you read but forget to put in your favorites. I was happy to see it was still around this morning.

Materials for Wood Badge for RESA

Posted on May 5, 2018 at 15:24 0 Comments

Hello, Does anyone have the syllabus for a RESA Wood badge training course?

Creating a "BP" or Campaign Hat

Posted on January 20, 2018 at 13:30 2 Comments

So I kind of choked on the costs of real stetsons and antique hats and what I felt were  incorrect hats (military/police)- of which there are many.  Using my scout intuition and what I could find around the house I decided to convert a cowboy hat. I hadnt wore the hat in years and when it laid flat the brim was round. So I started by soaking the hat, some dye came out, shaped it with my fingers and dried it with a hair dryer.  The below pictures are hats that I have; an original BSA scout…

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At 7:59 on December 3, 2017, Ray O'Donnell-Hampton said…

Hi Todd,

Good to have you on board,

Tell us something about yourself and your scouting hopes 

Ray 

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