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GW2013 Participant Equipment List-Behavior Standards

GW2013 Participant Equipment List-Behavior Standards

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Packing List for Grey Wolf NYLT in 2013
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Grey Wolf Equipment Checklist
While at Grey Wolf you will be camping and cooking as part of a patrol of 8 scouts. This checklist will help you make sureyou have everything you need.We will provide canvas wall tents and cots, patrol cooking gear, and a propane stove for cooking. You are responsible forusing this equipment appropriately.Items you will need to bring:
Full Boy Scout Field Uniform (“Class A”) – 
please arrive at Grey Wolf in your full uniform.
Extra scout socks. Socks may be any type (knee high, crew, ankle length) as long as they are official BSA uniformsocks.You will be provided with three Grey Wolf t-shirts and a hat when you check in. During Grey Wolf we either wearthe Field Uniform or the Activity Uniform. The Activity Uniform consists of official scout pants, scout socks, scoutbelt or leather belt from a BSA high adventure or jamboree experience, and a Grey Wolf t-shirt. You will not needadditional clothing for daytime wear.
Mosquito netting and a frame or other way tosupport your netting in the wall tent.
(Cannotbe attached to the tent.)
Sleeping bag
Sleeping pad
Ground cloth or tarp
Rain suit or rain poncho
Underwear & socks
Water bottle
Personal eating utensils (cup, plate, bowl, knife,fork and spoon)
Insect repellant. Non-aerosol only.
Light jacket (even in June it can get cool at night)
Sleeping clothes
Swimming trunks for showering. We do notswim at Grey Wolf, but you will need swimtrunks as our shower facilities are outdoor andsomewhat public.
Shower shoes
Boots or shoes suitable for hiking
Camp shoes
no open toed shoes or flip flopsare allowed.
Backpack capable of carrying gear for a one nightovernight for a distance of 2-3 miles
Small two-man tent (you may be able to borrowone from your troop)
Pen for taking notes (you will be provided with anotebook of course information)
Towel and toiletries (soap, shampoo, washcloth,toothbrush and toothpaste, comb or hairbrush,etc.) No aerosol cans permitted.
Small pocketknife is permitted. Please no largeknives or sheath knives.Optional Items
Scout Handbook and/or Fieldbook 
Small pillow
Faith testament (we will have an interfaith serviceduring camp, with materials provided)
Instrument (please do not bring anything fragileor expensive)
Prohibited Items
Matches or lighters
Electronics, including mobile phones andelectronic games
Alcohol, drugs, pornography, fireworks
Glass containers or aerosol cans
Shooting sports equipment or ammo
A note about medications
In accordance with Wisconsin law, we are required tocollect all medications, both prescription and over thecounter. If you are taking medications, please be sure andfill out the information on the online registration form,and bring just the amount of medication you will need foryour time at Grey Wolf in the proscribed container. Wewill collect the medicines and dispense them at set timesas needed.We will have common over the counter medicines totreat headaches, diarrhea, upset stomach and aches andpains, and will have a permission slip for parents to sign sothat you do not need to bring these medicines. If you havequestions about medication please contact the CouncilCoordinator, Mr. Abide, atcoursedirector@greywolfbsa.org orby phone 612-414-8097.

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