The Adventure Patrol

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AuthorHouse, Oct 6, 2005 - Sports & Recreation - 168 pages
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This book is about some of the author''s favorite backpacking and canoeing outings. These are actual outdoor experiences. He tells about seeing moose and bears and listening to the sounds of wolves and loons. He tells about seeing the stars reflecting on the still water of a remote lake, watching eagles soar, and taking time for some great fishing. Most of the chapters are about adventures with Boy Scouts. Some chapters are about camping with family and friends, to prepare him for future outings with Scouts. Some planning tips, helpful menus, and equipment lists are included. If you are interested in guiding a group into the wilderness, and making the most of the adventure, this book is for you.

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About the author (2005)

            Verl Dasher was raised in Grover Hill, Ohio. His mother and father were both active in scouting. His mother, Ruth, was a Cub Scout Den Mother, then later a Boy Scout Committee Member. His father, Theodore (called Tete or Ted) was a Boy Scout Scoutmaster with Troop 64 in Grover Hill. Verl has been an active Cub Scout, Boy Scout and Order of the Arrow member. He currently is the Unit Commissioner and Committee Chairman for Troop 315 in Paulding, Ohio. In over forty-five years of camping he has experienced and enjoyed a wide variety of outings. Verl has a degree in electrical engineering and works as an industrial electrician.  Along with his factory work, Verl also runs a real estate rental business. He has two daughters, one son, and four grandsons. He enjoys reading, hiking, camping, flying, playing with his grandsons, and playing music with a bluegrass band. He and his wife Sue reside in Paulding, Ohio.

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