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This is a living document expressing the history of the ashes in my possession. I have shared the ashes with others, and will continue to do so over time. I first received these ashes at Wood Badge course W1-697-14 after our campfire (row 1058). I combined them with ashes from the first campfire my Troop and Crew ever held, and inserted those ashes in the appropriate place in the history (row 1057).
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I first shared these ashes at Camp Pioneer (row 1059) during the Wednesday night Intertroop Campfire. They were spread over the firepit where the ashes of Rod Tripp, one of the founding scouts of Camp Pioneer, were spread. This made these ashes even more special to those of us that were in attendance. The response from Staff, Scouts, and Scouters made it clear that many people found this tradition moving and meaningful.
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Please, find your ashes on the second tab based on the information you were given when you received your ashes. I encourage you to save a copy of this document (File->Make a copy), remove the parts (if any) that happened after your ashes were given to you, and create a similar living document of your own.
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