Here are a whole bunch of Scoutmaster's Minutes. These were provided to me as one large file. My sincere thanks to Thomas B.
Eric the Half-bee
Scoutmaster Minutes. Filling My Jar. Frappings of Life. Positive Attitude. The Dollar Bill. UnSaying My Words. A First Class Scout. A Good Big Brother.
The hound came to a place where a fox had crossed the trail, and the hound decided to follow the fox instead of the lion. A short time later, a rabbit crossed that of the fox, and again the hound changed direction. Why should he chase a fox when a rabbit might be easier to catch? When the hunter finally caught up with his hound, the dog was barking at a small hole in the ground. The hound had brought to bay a field mouse instead of a mountain lion. Well, how about you?
Post a Comment. Wednesday, May 22, Scoutmaster Minute - Loyalty. Two famous generals of the Civil War were Ulysses S. Grant and William T. As general of the Union Army, Grant commanded several other generals, but he knew that he could trust Sherman with the most difficult tasks. While some Generals needed line-by-line instructions, Sherman only needed to know the objective. Grant could trust him with the details of getting the job done.