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You might be a Scoutaholic if:
You raise your hand in the scout sign at a heated business meeting.
You order a meal at a restaurant, or see a dish prepared on FoodNetwork, and think, "now how could I make this in a Dutch Oven?"
Your special occasion table cloth is made of the Maclaren tartan.
You buy a Chevrolet Caprice strictly for the fleur-de-lis hood ornament.
Your son hides his copy of Boys Life from you so that he can get a chance to read it.
Your Christmas gifts include a dutch oven, dutch oven cookbooks, a dutch oven lid-lifter, a charcoal chimney, and various other camping gadgets - and you have not been the Scoutmaster for over 5 years.
Your first thought about a Major holiday dinner is, "How can I do it all in Dutch Ovens?".
Wearing a tie instead of a neckerchief feels strange
Your family vacations are like a Scout outing. You create an itinerary, assign grubmasters, post a duty roster, cook in dutch ovens or prepare backpacking meals, and set up your kitchen like a patrol kitchen (complete with the 3 tub wash method).
You're taking an EMT course, and you've taught most of the first aid skills longer than the instructor and many of your fellow students have been alive.See More
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