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4.What do you do if all dads can't go?
5.How do you get tentage and equipment?
6.Who cooks the meals?
7.What kind of meals should be planned?
8.What should be done with empty bottles before leaving the camp grounds?
9.What about empty cans?
10.What do you do with garbage? With trash?
11.What is the easiest way of handling dish washing?
12.What is a slit trench latrine?
13.What do you do if drinking water isn't available at the campsite?
14.How can transportation best be handled?
15.List some good Webelos camp activities?
16.The first step to a successful Webelos den overnight is a meeting of ________________________.
17.Webelos den overnight away from home can use a good guide to safe practices by securing a ____________________ from the local council.
18.If your overnight camp is located where swimming and boating are possible, you should use the _____________ ____________ _______________________ for help in conducting your swim program.
19.All overnights should be conducted with the ______________ and _____________________ of the boys in mind.
20.What things should be avoided on hikes?
1.There is no limit.
2.Their dads or guardians.
3.The Webelos den leader, with the help of the assistant den leader, Webelos den chief and the dads.
4.The family should get some other dad or adult family member, neighbor or friend to take the boy.
5.Dads can be asked to furnish it or borrow it from the local Scout troop.
6.Fathers and sons from buddy teams.
7.Simple, such as heat and serve.
8.They should be washed and taken home.
9.They should be burned out in the fire and when burned, flattened then taken home.
10.Webelos garbage should be dried beside the fire and burned with the trash. Nothing should be buried.
11.Suggest that paper plates and cups and plastic utensils be used. Cooking utensils can be washed in hot water and detergent.
12.A sanitary facility. A slit trench is dug away from the cam and screened for privacy. The dirt is piled to one side with a paddle stuck in the dirt pile. After each use of the latrine, the paddle is used to spread a layer of dirt in trench.
13.Have each father and son bring water from home in plastic jugs or other closed-top containers. About 3 gallons per team.
14.Use private cars with dads driving. Don't overcrowd cars. Remember, one seat belt per passenger.
15.Flag raising, lowering, campfire program, games and Sunday morning service, fishing, swimming or conservation projects.
16.The Webelos den leader with the dads.
17.Local Tour Permit
18.Safe Swim Defense Folder.
19.Health and Safety.
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