Aye, okay, I was thinking you meant more than this, patrol camping is still
allowed, just has to have supervision now.
So, with this in mind... BP said patrols should be at least 300' apart...
so... how close does an adult have to be? 300'? 600'? On the same piece
of property? Within sight? Within hearing distance? Scouts outside in the
back yard and the adults in the house? Where is that fine line? And yes,
this has to do with training as I am sure someone is going to ask in a
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Sent: Tuesday, November 29, 2011 9:55 AM
Subject: [Scouter_T] Re: Most current copy of IOLS
Ben posted the current G2SS stance, adults are needed on all overnite trips
Prior to 2011, a patrol, with SM and parents' approval, could do overnite
camp outs on their own without any adults.
Now patrols are limited to day events without leaders,i.e. shopping for
supplies, patrol meetings, hikes, museum trips, day long orienterring
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