I was wondering the other day what other panel shows scouting could run and here are my thought
It sounds like the kind of headline you might find on a red top news paper, and with some of the things he eats it would not surprise me to see it one day.
Did you miss what happened this week, here is a round up of some of the great media coverage that happened.
Last week I came very close to removing the chief scout from my twitter feed and I have recently seen a couple of tweets from people who passed my point and actually binned Bear.
I started this post poised to write a tarried and rant about twitter and in particular Bear Grylls, I ended posing myself two questions.
Then suddenly there would seem to be a problem, there is a mix up with dates Bear in the Air is not the last weekend but the first weekend in May – errr Oh SH*T
It is often said by bloggers that I just did not have the time to post. That was not my problem I was living my scouting life and gathering information to be able to come back and tell you all about it.
Hello Dear Reader If you are on twitter and follow @UKScouting you will have seen the tweet on Friday UKScouting UK Scout Association Waiting for a very high profile media event to start in South London. More information real soon as many people tried to work out where and what UK scouting were up to the talk of scouting built and eventually once told by @UKScouting, it was clear they were with Prince Harry and Bear Grylls promoting the Soldiers Challenge. The adventure race, to be held in London on 26 March 2011, aims to give people the opportunity to tackle a range of high adrenaline tasks around the capital, while at the same time raising money for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Officially launching registrations for the event, at the Imperial War Museum in Southwark, Prince Harry showed off his military training by joining serving soldiers and Bear Grylls alongside [...]