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Four Resources I'm Thankful For

(Although I'm not American, being thankful is something I can get behind, and today seems an appropriate day to reflect on some of the resources that have helped me as a Scouter over the years) I've been fortunate to have great mentors, from Patrol... 1 hour ago

Sandringham JOTA JOTI 2013 Tower

The largest annual Scouting event in the world, The combined J amboree on the Air and Jamboree on the Internet , starts today. Around 700,000 Scouts and Guides from around the world are participating. Last year, this tower, designed and built by... 1 month ago

Obstacle Course by Carpe Diem Scout Group in Arendonk, Belgium

Scouts Carpe Diem Arendonk in Belgium built this obstacle course structure outside, around and over their Scout hall. This timelapse shows the construction process: While these photos from their Facebook page show the structure in use:... 2 months ago

Building Your First Treehouse

A simple treehouse, 6 feet off the ground in a willow with multiple stems. Tree houses are a fun and challenging pioneering project (if the safety rules of your Scout Association allow them) that provide a memorable adventure. But starting with a 9... 2 months ago

Hourglass Tower at Oppikoppi Festival

Following on from the Belgian music festival last week, Oppikoppi is the largest music festival in South Africa, held annually on Northam Farm. 1st Northam built this tower for the 2014 festival, and the five minute time lapse by Donald van der... 2 months ago

Pioneering at Pukkelpop Festival

image courtesy Universiteit Hasselt This pioneered structure at Pukkelpop 2014 in Belgium was seen by thousands of people during the annual music festival. Designed by Jakob Ghisjebrechts, it was built with the help of Gouw Limberg , a regional... 3 months ago

Bamboo Scaffolding- Government Guidelines for Pioneered Structures in Hong Kong

Photo courtesy David Boté Estrada Bamboo has been used for centuries to build scaffolding in East Asia, and is still in use today- everyday pioneering visible in every city. Where there are industries, there are standards, and the Hong Kong... 3 months ago

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