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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.
The first thing you do at the beginning of the school year is look at your schedule and see which classes can help you earn merit-badges. Then you take a copy of the requirements and a merit badge councilor application to the teacher.
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.
You can imagine hiking 50 miles -- heck, you did it already while carrying a 40 pound backpack.
You can tie a load down (on a trailer, truck, or car) and it stays down -- not only that, you can do it faster than those other guys.
You can fit more camping gear in the trunk of you little commuter car than most guys can fit in their full-sized trucks
Your children know the scout law (backwards and forwards) before they learn their A B Cs.See More
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