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SCOUTMASTER ANGUS

Scoutmaster Angus has an eye for boys who will perform well as Elite Scouts. That's why he's always there to give them a helping hand, a word of advice, or a firm command. These young men arrive thinking they understand what scouting is all about, and it's his job, the job of a scoutmaster in The Order of Elite Scouts to take them beyond what they've previously done. He must train them for more. And everyone agrees, when it comes to taking young boys in hand, no one is better than this scoutmaster. He loves being a father figure to many of the young scouts he works with each year, hoping they know that they can come to him for any reason. With his big, furry chest, beard with hints of salt and pepper, and massive muscular frame, he's often seen as a big muscly teddy bear. And while he's happy to pat their butts as they achieve new awards, most of them can't help but wish for more. Indeed neither can he.

ALL SCOUTMASTER ANGUS VIDEOS

Chapter 3 Setting Up Camp TROOP TIME

Scouts Ian and Mark are learning a valuable skill in the wilderness: navigation by compass. Taught to use the tool by Scoutmaster Angus, the scouts are... [read more]

Chapter 1 The Pledge SCOUT IAN

Scout Ian has been summoned to Scoutmaster Angus’ office to take the Elite Scout pledge. He does not yet understand the honor, even as he receives the... [read more]

Chapter 4 Outdoor Adventuring TROOP TIME

It’s another exciting day in the wilderness for Mark, an eager scout. He’s studied the manual and learned his necessary survival skills, knots, and... [read more]

Chapter 6 Rope Tying TROOP TIME

Dad was right about joining the Scouts. He told me I’d have experiences I’d never forget. He talked about halcyon days, the pine-scented air, the sense... [read more]

Chapter 2 Setting Up Camp SCOUT IAN

I spotted Ian as soon as he arrived for summer camp. Something about him instantly got my attention. He looked so young, so innocent, so lost somehow,... [read more]

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