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Outdoor Adventure Skills Knots
- 1. I can hang a drying/gear line at camp with a half hitch or other knot.
- 1. As part of a team, I have completed a Scoutcraft project using at least a square lashing to join two poles at right angles.
- 2. I can tie a figure eight, bowline, trucker’s hitch and sheet bend, and whip the end of a rope.
- 1. I have built a lean-to shelter and an A-frame sleeping tripod shelter, using wood and tied with four lashing knots: square, diagonal, tripod and shear lashings.
- 8. I can tie the reef knot, sheet bend, figure-eight and bowline used by Scouts when sailing or when camping.
- 9. I can tie eight knots that are useful when sailing, canoeing or camping.
- 1. I have correctly tied a figure-8 follow-through knot.
- 1. I can tie these knots: water (tape), double fishermen’s, prussic, clove hitch and bowline.
- 2. I can coil a climbing rope using a butterfly and a mountaineer method.
- 7. I have constructed and climbed in a “Swiss seat” improvised climbing harness made with tubular or tape webbing.
- 1. I have tied and used a Munter hitch (also called an Italian hitch) as a belay method.
- 2. I have constructed and used an improvised “Parisian Baudrier” chest harness
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