Scout Camping Famous Quotes & Sayings

4 Scout Camping Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Why do you have your gun out?" she whispers, following right behind me. "Always be prepared," I tell her as we step inside. I close the door behind me, locking the deadbolt and the top lock. "Boy Scout motto, isn't it?" "Yes, but when they go camping, they bring extra matches. Not firearms.Karina Halle Scout Camping Sayings By Karina Halle: Why do you have your gun out?" she whispers, following right behind me. "Always be
I was a Scout years ago, before the movement started, when my father took me fishing, camping and hunting. Then I was sorry that more girls could not have what I had. When I learned of the movement, I thought, here is what I always wanted other girls to have.Lou Henry Hoover Scout Camping Sayings By Lou Henry Hoover: I was a Scout years ago, before the movement started, when my father took me
After a night filled with cricket chirps - which were less annoying than she'd thought, because they'd reminded her of girl scout camping trips when she and her sister had been younger - the next morning brought her to something she'd been dreading: it was time to feed the frog. She didn't particularly want to be an accomplice to cricket murder, but neither could she let the frog go hungry. The situation wasn't fair to the crickets or to the frog. Or, really, to her. Ugh, matters of life and death were not her forte.Cate Rowan Scout Camping Sayings By Cate Rowan: After a night filled with cricket chirps - which were less annoying than she'd thought,
I think the most enduring lesson I was taught through my experiences of being a Girl Scout was that I was a member of a larger community. I out-grew my uniforms and badges years ago, but the memories of visiting nursing homes or organizing Earth Day tree plantings or my summers camping with girls from all different backgrounds will stay with me always.Natalie Merchant Scout Camping Sayings By Natalie Merchant: I think the most enduring lesson I was taught through my experiences of being a