“As Scouts and Scouters, we’re prepared for the unexpected emergency during an event or activity. But what about the possibility that the event might not happen at all?
That’s why having a plan B (and even a C or D) is important. When you fail to have a plan B — well, you know the rest.
The importance of a backup plan was on the mind of Bill Adams when he joined us for the December 2015 ScoutCast.”