We were looking forward to watching the Germany V Poland match tonight at Scouts with our German Scouter Thomas. However, he decided that he just wouldn’t be able to cope with the stress of watching the match on his phone at scouts so he decided to stay home and watch it on German TV. I bet they don’t have anything like Giles and Dunphy Instead we had a guest scouter from the 87Th Dublin, a Polish Scout Group come to our meeting to see how we do things. To show our Support f
The weather had been fabulous all week, which was great, because we were planning on practising pitching our tents tonight in preparation for Summer Camp next month. First of all though we started with a game of Dodge Ball. For this variant of the game, both Alan and Brendan were on and had to simply tag each of the scouts with a football. I say simply, but neither of these gentlemen are a spritely as they were in their youth and so the game did take a few minutes longer than
As it was the first meeting of the month, it was uniform inspection. As usual, most of the scouts scored quite highly, with a few exceptions. The scouts had asked previously to spend more time out and about doing stuff rather than spending each meeting in the hall. So tonight, we had our first ever Wide Game. This is where the scouts go out into the community and play a game over a large area, usually in their patrols. We had devised a sort of a trasure hunt around our town.