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    coke can whistles

    hi. has any one got a printable plan for making a coke can whistle.

    i had one on paper once but its been eaten by the dog.

    many thanks in advance

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    To get more kids we need more adults - are we getting the message yet?

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    assistant cub scout leader with 7th preston cub scouts
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    This one looks easier to follow: http://johndmccann.com/?p=1451

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    I did a how to article for Scouting magazine but that said l was searching for another one l did on the website but no sign :/
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    lt's in the Dec/ Jan 2011/ 12 so it should be on Issuu. TBH Chris l can't find much of the stuff l did...glad l bothered
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mang View Post
    lt's in the Dec/ Jan 2011/ 12 so it should be on Issuu. TBH Chris l can't find much of the stuff l did...glad l bothered
    did you keep it? do you maintain ownership of the work?

    we could put it up somewhere v easily and make it easily findable

    the shafting / general poor treatment of volunteers at hq is nothing new. it goes back a long time. National advisers used to find out they had been sacked when they stopped being invited to meetings. The ill-will is nothing new and is awful

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    Quote Originally Posted by big chris View Post
    did you keep it? do you maintain ownership of the work?

    we could put it up somewhere v easily and make it easily findable

    the shafting / general poor treatment of volunteers at hq is nothing new. it goes back a long time. National advisers used to find out they had been sacked when they stopped being invited to meetings. The ill-will is nothing new and is awful
    Whilst I was doing stuff there was an editor changeover, I made email contact and was sent a 'Speak soon' reply but then the tumbleweeds appeared. I was also putting some bits on the Bushcraft & Nature Social Group but it was as quiet as a library so I just put stuff on my blog now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mang View Post
    Whilst I was doing stuff there was an editor changeover, I made email contact and was sent a 'Speak soon' reply but then the tumbleweeds appeared. I was also putting some bits on the Bushcraft & Nature Social Group but it was as quiet as a library so I just put stuff on my blog now.
    Be good to have them as pdfs. I use a cut and paste of a paracord article (think it's from you!). One thing I notice from Scouting Ireland is that they are really good at doing the simple pdfs right

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