MensHealth.com has a list dedicated to the Boy Scouts in the Guy Wisdom section of its website.
The Boy Scouts of America celebrates its 100th anniversary this year. Since 1910, more than 83 million American boys have worn the khaki, recited the Scout Oath, learned to “Be Prepared,” and scoured the countryside searching in vain for left-handed smoke shifters.
Taut-line hitches and square knots?
If not, here’s a refresher: how to eat a pine tree and do other neat stuff you learned in the Boy Scouts, then forgot as soon as you noticed girls.
Here are some of the topcis they covere:
- Start a Fire with a Flashlight
- Sharpen a Knife
- Avoid Being Struck by Lightning
- Make a Solar Still for Water
- and more…
Check it out!