Sounds even more disgusting than our armpit fudge, but we guarantee this is one bum sandwich you won’t want to miss out on making.. if you have any more suggestions for a rapid recipe, please send them our way…
Archive for June, 2015
Posted on June 28th, 2015 by admin
Here are some of the basic knots needed by every Scout.
ROUND TURN AND TWO HALF HITCHES
Posted on June 26th, 2015 by admin
Another exciting evening at Scouts, building a rope bridge. 6 lengths on timber and some rope.
Great work by Scouts and Leaders.
Posted on June 20th, 2015 by admin
The Mowgli cubs got to go to Gilwell home of world scouting.
Lots of excited children (and adults).
Everyone had a wonderful day, 8am – 9pm is a long day but thoroughly enjoyable. Beautiful weather except for the last 15 mins when the heavens opened and everyone got wet, including nearly ever other group there. With heaters on and drying off, we made a quick exit towards home.
What a humbling gesture of generosity, a massive thank you to her from everyone.
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Posted on June 16th, 2015 by admin
Saturday and Sunday at the Bidwell centre for the Beavers, great fun for all those that joined in.
Posted on June 14th, 2015 by admin
Not really a Campfire Classic, but a Classic none-the-less…
…heading out onto the trail? These high-energy snack bars are easy to make and will give you a great boost when the going gets tough.
Posted on June 9th, 2015 by admin
Posted on June 6th, 2015 by admin
The third team of helmsman trainees took their assessment today. Lots of fun was had.
The entrance to the marina and bridge over to the boat and Tim from Watercraft.org.uk.
The view over the marina and other narrow boats. A beautiful day for learning a new skill.
Mooring practice near the pub, unfortunately we where the wrong side of the water.
Tim checking that Tony was tying us up correctly. As expected, he was.
Tony entering a set of locks, guided by Tim. Locks where the most daunting piece of the day. But when shown properly they lose their mystery.
Mark putting his back into it.
Mark, Tony and Tim exiting the locks.
Mark’s turn next, exiting a lock we shared with another boat “Mad Hatter”. A very understanding, experienced boater and ex-GSL. You meet all the right people on narrow boats.
It’s a tight entrance to the marina, our most experienced man takes the helm, well done Mark.
Reentering the marina after a long but very enjoyable day. Bit windy at start and finish, but such a great way to spend a saturday.
Posted on June 1st, 2015 by admin
An important part of Scouts is to empower and drive the group to try more adventurous activities, what better than cooking in the open air over fire.