You might be a Scoutaholic if:

You ignore the family newsletter when it arrives, but you read the Scouting magazine and/or Boys Life cover-to-cover every month.

You can't park in your garage, because the scouting equipment is in the way.

The only quality time you get with your family is when they join the scout unit.

Your camping equipment is always packed in your backpack, and you can be ready to leave in 10 minutes.

Instead of building a fence around the yard with nails and wood, You lash it with poles and rope.

Your children know the scout law (backwards and forwards) before they learn their A B Cs.

A stranger asks for directions to a public restroom and you hand him a trowel and a roll of TP

Derby Day has nothing to do with Kentucky or horses. It's all about a 5 oz block of wood and a ramp.

You can actually start a fire by rubbing two sticks together.

A trip to Philmont is a pilgrimage.

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