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3 days ago

If you are sheltering indoors from the heat, here is a little something to challenge the brain and keep you occupied.Morse CodeMorse Code features the 26 letters of the English alphabet and numbers 0-9. The dash is three times longer than the dot when sending a message, and when separating words a gap or space equivalent to 3 dots is used. Morse code has been used for over 160 years! Morse code was vital during WWII especially for carrying messages between naval bases and warships! It was also extensively used on warplanes, especially those on long-range patrols.Example:Scouting... -.-. --- ..- - .. -. --.#scouts #morsecode #LoveThisGroup ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

B-P Guilders - where have you camped the most and which sites do/did you like the best.We surveyed our 46,704 Scouting community members to ask which ‘must-see’ Canadian parks or sites they have camped at the your camping dream destination bucket-list with our interactive map and tracking card! ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

On 1st August 2007, the Scout & Guide Spirit Flame was taken to the World Scout Jamboree in Hylands Park, Essex. The photo shows Beryl Aldridge from the UK and Leny Doelman from the Netherlands. ... See MoreSee Less
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