It is important that we have a place to call our own, a little spot to lay our heads, a nook or cranny to while away the time. I remember a Benedictine monk who when looking at the stately pile thaht he lived in, declared “it’s not home, but it’s much!”
|The New Scout Hut in Chavagnes|
So our Scouts now have a Scout hut. It is very suitable indeed. It has to be said that in places the walls are a little ‘breeze block-y’ but they ore Scouts and as such have to be able to deal with such things.
First things first of course… the crucifix went up,
|Various animal skulls|
…and then the skulls of dead animals,
|Scout with an axe|
…and then we locked up the Scout with the axe.
Usual day in Chavagnes!