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Sorting service types into categories helps me organize an agenda that my troop can follow to set up our local projects. DEAR PEDRO, I always thought Boys' Life was only for boys, and yet some girls have sent in jokes for "Think & Grin." Boys' Life is for boys, Christopher, and the fiction in the magazine features boys as the main characters since our readers relate to them.
Pedro answers reader mail! DEAR PEDRO, I enjoyed the article “Put the Freeze one in my backyard, but it collapsed. … Charles Luke, on Winter” in the January issue. Next time it snows Kohler, Wis. PUBLISHED BY THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA (which hasn’t happened here in three years), I will be PUBLISHER Keep practicing, Charles. Technically, the Scouts J. Warren Young sure to try some of those cool projects. When there’s EDITOR-IN-CHIEF built a snow cave, or quinzee hut, which is easier to J.D. Owen nobody to have a snowball ﬁght with or there isn’t enough hitchin’ rack ) construct than an igloo. I build hay caves in my MANAGING EDITOR snow to make anything more than a “snowmouse,” there corral when it gets cold, but they always collapse. Michael Goldman are still plenty of ways to have fun in winter. And by the SENIOR WRITER h Aaron Derr way, has The Boss ever complimented you or thanked SENIOR EDITOR Paula Murphey you for your hard work? … Nick Visalden, Newport ASSOCIATE EDITOR DEAR PEDRO, Your jokes and magic tricks are Brad Riddell News, Va. pretty awesome. They worked great on my friends and ONLINE EDITOR Bryan Wursten I asked The Boss why he never thanks me for my hard family. … Chandler, Park City, Utah COPY EDITOR Belia Rangel Freedman work, and he actually made a noise like a laugh. h ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Thanks, Chandler. I wish my jokes worked on The Adryn Shackelford Boss. The only magic trick I know is how to disap- FIELD EDITORS DEAR PEDRO, I’m an Eagle Scout writing to Mark Anders, Johnny D. Boggs, pear to the cantina when The Boss is in one of his Eric Ottinger, Brian Payne compliment you on your January issue. When I read “Do a EDITORS EMERITI moods. h Robert E. Hood, Good Turn Daily,” I was impressed. Sorting service types William B. McMorris into categories helps me organize an agenda that my DEAR PEDRO, I really enjoy some DESIGN DIRECTOR Scott Feaster troop can follow to set up our local projects. Throughout EXECUTIVE ART DIRECTOR your magazine, I have been pulling out great articles to of the fun facts in the magazine. What is your Kevin Hurley PHOTOGRAPHS use as idea starters in my troop. … Royal Brettrager II, favorite fun fact? ...Connor Gideon, Park City, Utah John R. Fulton Jr. PHOTO EDITOR Kirtland, Ohio Edna J. Lemons The Boss used to own a toupee, Connor. He was OPERATIONS DIRECTOR ( This should make The Boss crack an actual smile, Bob Wiemers Royal. I hope he doesn’t make that fake laugh sound barking at me one day about the hay bill when PRODUCTION MANAGER Lenore Bonno again, though. Kinda creepy. h it fell off into my tumbleweed taco. Let’s just say ADVERTISING PRODUCTION MANAGER Lisa Hott he didn’t want it back after I’d taken a bite out ASSISTANT PRODUCTION MANAGER Brenda Brown DEAR PEDRO, I always thought Boys’ Life was of it. Deﬁnitely not as tasty as a tumbleweed. IMAGING ARTIST Marcie Rodriguez only for boys, and yet some girls have sent in jokes for Oops, he heard me laughing about it. That red DIRECTOR OF ADVERTISING “Think & Grin.” What can you make of that? Also, in face means it’s time to disappear to the cantina. Craig Vander Ploeg
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