A life-long Scouter from Clanton, Alabama, Jack Moore shares his transformative experience from the 1960 National Jamboree in Colorado. Listen to his story!
The skills you’ll learn [in kayaking] can take you anywhere from a lake, to the wild whitewater, or over ocean’s waves. How’s that for adventure?
The new model for the national jamboree makes patch trading an “official” activity for all participants.
Your flight has been at a cruising altitude for a number of hours, and you’re well over the shimmering Pacific Ocean. Chuckling over some jokes in Boy’s Life magazine, the unthinkable suddenly happens: the plane begins to lose power!
Here’s a photo gallery that imagines just one day you might experience at the national jamboree. Check it out!