Boy Scouts learn new skills camping in sub-zero weather | Local


Overnight Thursday, during the below-zero temperatures and heavy gusts of wind, a hardy few from Boy Scout Troops 708 and 4475 had fun camping outside in the weather from 4:30 p.m. to 10 a.m.

On the coldest winter night of the year, six scouts, ages ranging from 13-15, took on the challenge of camping in negative-degree weather. According to On Scouting, the official scouting magazine, the scouts do this to earn a bead for every night they spend camping in unique weather conditions.


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