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Suggested FOR YOUR PERSONAL COMFORT

AND THE NEEDS OF YOUR OUTPOST

SOMETHING TO SIT ON light enough to carry for meals and for the council fire services. (Be considerate, whatever you sit on at council fires should not obstruct the view of those in front.)   

SOMETHING TO SLEEP ON Commanders should bring a good cot or air-mattress and pillow, so they get a real good night sleep.

REMEMBER, WE WILL PROVIDE ALL MEALS.  SO BRING ONLY ITEMS NECESSARY TO PREPARE YOUR SUPPLEMENTARY FOOD.

Small cart or hand truck for transporting water

Water Jugs

Waterproof tents

Tables

Tarps with poles etc. for shelter.

Wash basins, soap and water dispenser. (see handbook)

Twine for lashing projects.

Camp tools. (mallet, hammers, shovel, post hole digger, small tool box,  

          file,  ax, hatchet,  camp saw,  pocket knives, sharpening stone.)

Camp lanterns and camp stove (if needed) don't forget the fuel. (Make sure that everyone in your camp is instructed on the proper handling of stove and lantern fuels.  Read the directions carefully before using camp lanterns and stoves.  Store extra fuel safely away from open flame.)

Camp seats are optional, but recommended, try to have a light one for every one.  Look for sales these camp seats are sold in many outdoor/sports stores.

Cots are recommended especially for commanders. Commanders, you need a good nights sleep.

Camera

Bibles for everyone.

Pens pencils and small pad for the boys.

First aid kit. First aid station with cot, blanket, pillow and sign or flag.

White or yellow ¼ inch poly rope and streamers to rope off camp site.

Materials for your entranceway.

Sun block.

Insect repellant.

Complete flag set (American, Christian and Royal Ranger.)

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