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The story reflects some of my own experiences, stories shared by readers and listeners, questions they have asked, and the advice I commonly share in reply. Now that I’ve retired my Scoutmaster badge I’m able to write what I would have appreciated reading when I first took on the job thirty years ago. What would I do if I had the chance to start all over again? What if I knew then what I know now?
I have the Kindle edition of Volume one of Paracord Fusion Ties (there are three volumes). It has very easy to follow illustrations and I recommend highly, the number of things you can make with paracord is nearly endless, and it’s great fun. Before you know it you’ll be making paracord bracelets, neckerchief slides, key fobs, and lanyards.
There you are, beyond cell phone range, without having seen a weather forecast in a day or two, looking at the sky and trying to read what the next day will bring. Will it rain? Is it going to get windy? Knowing how to read the weather is an important skill for Scouters and Eric Sloane’s Weather Book is a fine resource for developing your expertise.