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    Put a scarf on it

    For anyone on Facebook

    Rule 66. A map and compass offers no protection against getting horribly lost.

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    Have decided that tho I am not on Facebook, I might wear a necker to work tomorrow.... could be interesting.

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    Anyone else wearing neckerchief tomorrow? I work from home so makes no difference for me, but would be interesting to hear the experiences of others...

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    My Facebook pic always has a scarf (actually, two) on it.

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    I'm on a training course, so probably won't be wearing a scarf to that. If I can find a photo will put it on facebook though.

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    I already have a pic with a neckie on but may change to a different one to highlight the event. Day off work so iscout clothing and neckie is a distinct possibility.
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    Have just posted a picture of my cub (son), but might need to take another one of both of us.
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    Have just changed mine as well, to a photo of me taken at Longleat on a Cub outing there while attending H007 (Hampshire's Century Camp held in August 2007)
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    We are taking part with #iSCOUT tweets written by members of our Scout Troop which will be displayed on both Twitter and Facebook at www.twitter.com/golcarscouts and www.facebook.com/4thgolcar

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    In between roles/helping out where I can......

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    so the other part of it is saying why you scout,so thought id ask everyone here, why do you scout?

    iscout because of the fun, friends and oppertunities it has provided me, and now i try and provide these oppertunities for my scouts, and today im thinking of the friends in new zealand both in and outwith the scouting famlily .

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    I'm a Scout because it is enjoyable to do and you can do things that you'd never do without it.

    Updated my FB picture and added a twibbon, and did also did the same on my dp on here.

    Rule 66. A map and compass offers no protection against getting horribly lost.

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    I saw on fb marcus!! V nice!! Mines from k2010 woop woop!!

    iscout because of all the things it has allowed me to do and all the great people i have met through scouting!! xx
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    i.scout because I enjoy the fun and adventure Scouting has to offer both adults and children alike, and also enjoys seeing young people grow in self confidence as the move through the different sections of the Scout Movement
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    We had some Founder's Day drinks with Leaders from our District attending wearing Uniform or Scouting clothing. It was quite interesting and I talked to two former Scouts in the pub as well as having a nice chat with a few Leaders that I don't interact with very often especially in a purely social situation.

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