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Here are the top ten articles for the Boy Scouts Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. An Interview with a Scout Who Earned All 121 Merit Badges-
An Interview with R. Adrian DeLeon, Jr., who has earned all 121 merit badges in the Boy Scout program.
2. Closing a Scouting Experience
A look at six years as the BellaOnLine Boy Scout editor and some of the highlights.
3. Chiggers- Myths, Facts and More
There are lots of myths about chiggers. They do not burrow into your skin and you do not treat them by using clear nail polish. Find the real story about chiggers.
4. Be Prepared- the Survival Bracelet
Being prepared means you are ready for unanticipated situations. Often you need some line for securing items or joining things together. The survival bracelet gives you a neat way to have line when you need it.
5. Poison Ivy, Poison Oak and Poison Sumac- some good plants to avoid
Poison ivy can ruin your trip into the woods. Learn more about this troublemaker.
6. The Sun Rises in the East…Right?
We have all been taught that the sun rises in the east, but does it?
7. Scout Knot Tying Simplified
Tying knots is important in Scouting because it can teach a basic skill and develop a pattern for facing difficult situations.
8. Boy Scouts- 100 Years Old
At a summer camp on Brownsea Island 100 years ago, Robert Baden-Powell began the worldwide Scouting program. See how the 100th birthday is being celebrated.
9. First Aid Time is Any Time
A review of First Aid situations and a link to a First Aid Quiz
10. Cold Weather and Hypothermia
In all cold weather activities hypothermia is a danger. Recognizing the symptoms and treating the problem are not simple.
Be sure to visit the Boy Scouts Archives for all the articles!
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