Boy Scouts learn pioneering skills

Our Boy Scouts went back to learning the most original Scouting skill of all – knots, lashes and pioneering. Pioneering is the art of using ropes and woods joined by lashings and knots to create a structure. A useful skill to make camp gadgets such as washbasin holders as well as a useful survival skill to build bridges and towers!

After a hard evening’s work they deserved the pancakes cooked up by other Scouts!

 

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