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The diamond knot is tied in the thong of [[Rovers]] to signify the completion of a quest. When a Scouter completes his/her advanced [[Wood Badge]] a friend will tie the Diamond Knot in their thong to signify the completion of the quest.
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The diamond knot is tied in the thong of [[Rovers]] to signify the completion of a quest.  
  
Tying Instructions can be found [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diamond_knot here].
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When a Scouter completes his or her advanced [[Wood Badge]], a friend will tie the diamond knot in his or her thong to signify the completion of the quest.
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Tying Instructions can be found [[wikipedia:Diamond knot|here]], or in the Canadian Path Rover Scout Handbook.
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[[Category:Badges and Awards]]
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[[Category:Knots]]

Latest revision as of 13:15, 14 November 2016

DiamondKnot.jpg

The diamond knot is tied in the thong of Rovers to signify the completion of a quest.

When a Scouter completes his or her advanced Wood Badge, a friend will tie the diamond knot in his or her thong to signify the completion of the quest.

Tying Instructions can be found here, or in the Canadian Path Rover Scout Handbook.