View Poll Results: What type of scout are you?

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  • Land Scout

    75 80.65%
  • Sea Scout

    11 11.83%
  • Air Scout

    7 7.53%
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    Quote Originally Posted by shiftypete View Post
    I'm a land Scout, there are not even any Air or Sea Scouts in our District (mind you Leeds is a fair distance from the sea)
    How far is Leeds from the air?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fmolesey View Post
    This is a good opportunity to remind Sea Scout and Air Scout members to join the Sea/Air social group.

    Click below and join....

    Sea Scout Social Group
    Air Scout Social Group

    Thanks!
    What about a Land Scout one?
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    Air Scout...

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    There wouldn't be much point to making a Land Scout one as about 90% of escouters are land scouts. But make one if you want Mike.

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    well...75% at the moment max

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    We should get every single active member of escouts to vote and then we can see what we find.

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    Land Scout.
    If I was meant to be a sea scout I would be made of rubber and float.
    If I was mean to be an air scout I would have wings


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    Land Scout

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    Always been a Sea Scout never a fly boy or a Dirt Scout

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    Land Scouts here but do have an Explorer water mad son who used to be a Sea Scout but had to join the Land Scouts when we moved from London. He did however go to the International Sea Scout camp in Finland this year and had a fantastic time. Many thanks to the 1st Felpham Sea Scouts for taking two of my District Explorers with them to Satahanka.
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    Land Scout - although I was an RAF Cadet and have been chairman of a local Sailing Club!

    Sadly, the only Sea Scout Group in our area (Hastings & Rye) closed some time ago. It seems all wrong for a place such as Hastings, which has been so closely linked to the sea since time immemorial, not to have a Sea Scout Group!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dramatist View Post
    It seems all wrong for a place such as Hastings, which has been so closely linked to the sea since time immemorial, not to have a Sea Scout Group!
    But Jonathan, most Sea Scouts I know are as far away from the sea as you can get! We have one in our district and we are three hours from the coast, if you stick your foot to the floor and drive like the clappers (about 6 in a minibus)!!


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    I'm a sea scout and I don't live anywhere near the sea. We do have the River Thames though.

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    Im a "Normal" scout :p

    Land for me!!

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    Air Scout, However before I was an 'agricultural type'!!!

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