Boy Scouts of America, Jan 1, 1984 - Sports & Recreation - 96 pages
Presents a guide to camping for the Boy Scouts of America, and provides information on how to meet requirements to gain a merit badge, including preparation, gear, food, safety, and sanitation.
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Getting to the Campsite
Choosing Your Pack
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air mattress backpacking bags blanket boots bow saw BUDDIES build burn camp-out campers campgrounds camping trip canvas carry cattail charcoal checklist Chiggers cleanup clove hitch cold cooking dead trees developed campsites ditch Dutch oven extra fasten feet Fire Lay fireplace firewood fuel garbage gear grass grill grommets ground cloth guy lines hiking inches INSIDE YOUR PACK keep kindling knapsack latrine leave lightweight meals meat ment menu merit badge pamphlets night overnight pack frame pads parks patrol equipment patrol food personal equipment pitch plastic pockets poison ivy poison oak poles poncho pots protection rain refrigeration rinse rocks rucksack serving sharpening stone shelter shoulder sleeping snow socks sod cloth soil stake sure tent pegs tinder tote-litter trail Tumpline twigs U.S. Forest Service warm washing waterproof wear weather wilderness wind winter wool