Each boy has their own story to tell and each one will be different. Although each scout must travel with a buddy to all the activities, scouts get to choose what they want to do and when they want to do it, truly making the jamboree a unique experience.
Personally I visited several of the National Exhibits today on my adventures, my first stop was at the National Guard area where the have information on the various branches of the armed forces. After taking in the patch wall and a few sections of the armed forces branches, I stopped for lunch at one of the kiosks. The turkey sandwich with chips, Jell-O, pineapple tidbits, and apple juice was a good lunch for on the go scouts trying to have a good time. Continuing my journey I headed down
Then after a brief meeting with the patrols, in which the patrol leaders discussed the day’s events and informed them of what is going on tomorrow. Many closed their meeting with a discussion of thorns and roses before everyone was sent to bed with the intentions of an early wake up call. The first arena show takes place in the morning and we have to eat breakfast and be prepared to move to the show by 7:30 A.M. So I close this post with my own retiring for the evening, goodnight to you all and god bless.