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When I was a kid, I was a boy scout.
I made it pretty far too but then I became a teenager, decided it was “lame” and quit. As a boy scout, I learned how to tie knots, camp outdoors, be a good citizen, play with knives, and got to have cool sleepovers. One of the most important things you learn as a Boy Scout is their motto to always “be prepared” and as I’ve grown up and traveled the world, I’ve found this to also be a travel truism.