That is what the guy behind me in the buffet line asked me. He had just asked me — actually he was asking the air but my ears happen to catch his question — after a local reporter’s comment on the radio beamed into the general buffet area. The comment was made after the reporter […]
About SettummanqueTake your standard Oliver North. Add strong parts of Bill Cosby and Sir Robert Baden-Powell (the founder of Scouting). Throw in Johny Bravo without the "hurhhs!" and his pecks. Add a strong dose of parenting, the sexuality of a latin lover, and Mona Lisa's smile. And a 40 year old's body frame. That's me basically *grinning*
The Lantern Song (taken from a chapter in “Patches and Pins…” by Mike Walton (c) 1988 Settummanque) I loved living in Germany for three reasons. The Sprudle. It was a drink similar to our 7-Up or Sprite, but made with natural water instead of carbonated water. It was bottled in beer bottles, […]
Over this past weekend, I started to post what a great thing the start of football season is. I remember going to my first high school, college and professional football games as a child — all within Scouting “circles”. It was a great experience, watching the players run into each other or running the ball from […]
A frequent comment which finds its way into part of the daily email I receive from parents and Scout leaders (“Scouters”) goes something like this: “Isn’t scouting one of the last or THE last traditional boys program left where boys can be taught how to be men.” No. The BSA was never designed to […]
As a young Scout, I was amazed at the content of the monthly magazine called “Boys’ Life”. In those pages were jokes I could try on my non-Scout friends, magic tricks, interesting stories of Scouting long ago and Scouting today, and encouraging words about our program expressed by the BSA’s national leadership. There were comics — The Tracy […]
During the recent National Annual Meeting of the Boy Scouts of America, held in Atlanta, I attended several sessions geared to share information and to bring it back to my local Council to share with them. Since my “local Council” (Transatlantic) serves youth in some 60 (I haven’t counted the total number of countries, so […]
I found this while doing research for “Eagle Feathers”, a book based on my Scouting experiences post-Augusta; I added some more recent information at the end. Enjoy… Tweet This Post
(From “Eagle Feathers” by Mike Walton; more recent notes follow the entry…) Responsibility: What’s Your Policy? Tweet This Post
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About Me:Take your standard Oliver North. Add strong parts of Bill Cosby and Sir Robert Baden-Powell (the founder of Scouting). Throw in Johny Bravo without the "hurhhs!" and his pecks. Add a strong dose of parenting, the sexuality of a latin lover, and Mona Lisa's smile. And a 40 year old's body frame. That's me basically *grinning*
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