Troop On-line Activity #29 - Trail Signs
1st Kanata Scout Group - Beaverbrook Troop
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Joke
Some Scouts from the city went camping. The mosquitoes were so fierce, they hid under their sleeping bags at night to avoid being bitten. Then, one of the Scouts saw some fireflys.
“We might as well give up,” he sighed. “They’re coming after us with flashlights.”
Saying (to think about)
If you treat an individual as he is, he will remain how he is. But if you treat him as if he were what he ought to be and could be, he will become what he ought to be and could be.
Trail Signs
Most of the time, Scouts should "Leave No Trace" when following a trail. However, sometimes it may be necessary to mark the trail for someone else.

While marking tape (which can be removed after use) is the best choice, natural materials can be used in an emergency.

Below is a picture of some common Trail Signs made using sticks, stones and rocks.
See if you know what the Trail Signs are telling you in the questions below.
1) What does this Trail Sign mean? Check the box next to the right answer. *
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2) What does this Trail Sign mean? Check the box next to the right answer. *
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3) What does this Trail Sign mean? Check the box next to the right answer. *
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4) What does this Trail Sign mean? Check the box next to the right answer. *
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5) What does this Trail Sign mean? Check the box next to the right answer. *
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