- If you want
to plan a vacation, you first look to see where you still
need to get patches
- You plan your
trip to see your grown son and his family during the
summer around the times when your co-leader will also be
out of town so you can still get in the maximum amount of
summer activities with the troop
- On a weekend
hop you try and convince your partner that you really
should go on Thursday, so that you have Friday to check
out that council, after you could get lost!
- You work full
time and take a week vacation to work at day camp!
- Friends planning our October
holiday in Arizona with them - their comment ...
"have you found out the Girl Scouts stores addresses
yet - and you answer "yes"?
- You plan your vacation around
the council's day camp schedule
- You bring your daughter's
handbook on vacation to see if you can knock off a few
- Your family vacation is going
camping with your troop.
- When you plan a vacation to a
different area of the country, you try to figure out a
way to convince your husband to side track to the nearest
council office for a visit and to check out if they have
something your council doesn't have (ceremonies, special
patches, etc.) And don't forget to convince him to meet
your online friends living in that area!