6 Important Survival Lessons I Learned as a Scout

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  1. I really liked your article. Remind your Boy Scouts that the proper way to wash dishes is in the “Fieldbook”, make sure the dishes are nearly clean before they go in the wash water. Washing dishes isn’t so bad when you don’t have food floating around in the water. I have and refer to the Army Survival Manual and the Air Force Survival Manual but I find it hard to beat a Boy Scout (and I’m Pretty sure a Girl Scout) handbook for most things. And the older handbooks (like 1960s and 1970s) tried to teach us to be decent human beings, you don’t get that in the military books but looking at the way things are going in our country, we sure need these lessons again.

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