I wish I’d gone to the World Scout Jamboree in Sweden!

22 August 2011

wsj2011-ukclothbadgeThe 22nd World Scout Jamboree was held in Sweden – and I wish I’d been able to go! I did get an opportunity to attend a selection weekend fo the IST (service team), but was unfortunately unable to make the weekend. And, due to recently purchasing property, the cost.

But it looks like the 40,000 Scouts who were able to attend had a great Jamboree!

But I have my eye on making it to the 23rd World Scout Jamboree in Japan in 2015…

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