Letting other people's kids go hands-on with used engine oil strikes
me as seriously bold and courageous for 2014.
Possibly putting on a spare wheel and inflating it to the right
pressure - assuming there's additional adult supervision to stop daft
buggers kigging the jack out, bouncing on the wings etc?
 or hands-in, on-faces etc
On Sunday, 20 July 2014 18:12:00 UTC+1, ARW wrote:
leID or https://members.scouts.org.uk/supportresources/550/electronics
-activity-badge/?catV,135,156&moduleID So let's assume I go for th
e DIY badge - that's a piece of piss. However I have now been tasked with m
aking equipment suitable for a group meeting so that other members of the g
roup can obtain this badge. Now I guess I can get an old CH water tank and
make up a ball cock that needs adjusting and use the same tank for the "cur
ing an airlock in the water" bit. Any suggestions to make this fun are welc
ome. I have no problem with spending a few quid on parts to make this a wor
thwhile badge. -- Adam
How about putting up a shelf or cutain pole.
...and most do not recognise the early signs that maintenance is needed.
Squeeky wheels on pushchairs, sticking drawers, stiff taps, etc.
I get annoyed when I go to my daughters' houses and find things that need a
minor fix and they haven't even noticed.
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