Some 78s waiting to happen.
BSA summer camp and the tales are being told. I could absolutely see cadets on a bivouac doing the same thing.
My kids' leaders are great, and not usually prone to lapses like these, but in this case, must have been
busy with a crowd of old ladies stuck at a light.
I'm not sure which is worse, the double-decker arrangements that insure two people are hurt when
you fall out of the second floor, or the second floor, which is far too high. Imagine trying to climb down
in a hurry without shoes on in the pitch dark.As it was, #1 son of mine did a nice job skinning himself down the bark trying to help one of the high-rise kids
when a branch gave way, and that was in broad daylight.
"Seemed like a good idea at the time..."