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THREE … TWO … ONE … Count down to a grand explosion as this February’s Boys’ Life feature examines building demolition. Get all the nitty-gritty details of dynamite, explosions, and more. Once the smoke clears, check out demolition videos and amazing photos on boyslife.org.


ICE, ICE, BABY Didn’t get enough ice climbing in this issue of Scouting? Go deeper into the sport as a Varsity team shows readers the ropes in the January issue of Boys’ Life. The Scouts tackle a 100-foot waterfall in Idaho, sharing advice on how to prep for a similar adventure.


EXTREME Some say adventure is best served frozen. Montana Scouts explore the deserted Yellowstone National Park on cross-country skis during its less-traveled season: the dead of winter. Follow their frigid journey in the February issue of Boys’ Life.


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Boys’ Life magazine helps make your Scouting program and your Scouts excel. Research shows that boys who sub- scribe to the magazine advance farther, spend more time outdoors, and stay in Scouting longer than those who don’t. There’s something for everyone in Boys’ Life. And everyone can receive the magazine every month.


Subscribe to Boys’ Life For a one-year, nonmember subscription, send $24 (add state taxes as applicable) to Boys’ Life, Subscription Service, S302, 1325 W. Walnut Hill Lane, Irving, TX 75038 or visit boyslife.org.  Anyone in your pack or troop, however, can receive the magazine at home for only $12 a year (add state taxes as applicable). That’s just $1 an issue! To get this great bargain, check with your local Scout council service center.  Outside the United States, all subscribers add $21 for additional postage for each one-year (12 issues) subscription.


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