Leigh - Reading your post I figured you were either somewhere in the rockies, chicago badlands or rain forest, eeek, Cambridge?
Be very aware that wandering through the woods at night you're just as likely to come across a policeman looking for louts as you are the louts themselves, and if they...
Not particularly bushy but I know a few people on here work with SEN Kids and many of you may have exposure to similar issues.
A dear friend of mine is working on a project to develop a number of "Sensory Stories" and has set up a kickstarter project to fund it...
MartinK9 - Same day and Month every year
georann - 3rd January
Dreadhead 19th February
Shaman - 1st March
HillBill - 3rd March
persistent king- 15th march
Chris_Irwin - 27th March
Munkiboi182 - 7th april
JohnC - 23rd of May
Southey - 28th of May
hiho - 30th May
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if you google "LED Throwies" you'll find a few links to similar projects, they first emerged online as a means of urban pranking and grafiti!
You could evolve the design by fitting a light dependant resistor so they only come on at night, then with a bit of duct tape to seal it, they'd last for...
on the subject of "Mystery Objects" I wonder if anyone can identify this - the journalist calls it a strange "meaty" mushroom:
From an article on the Daily Mail Website
described by the reporter as:
'We can see there is something like a mouth; and on the other side there is a hole that...
I tend to use "Peter Storm" trouesers from Millets, usually around £15 a pair, probably only as hard wearing as Scout official ones, but cheaper!! Especially combined with Leader discount. Also available as lined thicker winter trousers
yup you're right, giving a concious casualty removes the grey area around medicating people!!
But whilst soluble aspirin are fine (some sources say better than "normal" aspirin), its important that the casualty chews the aspirin for 30 seconds rather than swallowing whole or dissolving in...
Different protocols are down to national organisations providing guidelines
just done a bit of googling and it seems there are international guidelines (well the International Red Cross have guidelines)...