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Luke Weber (above) of Grayslake, Ill., takes a silent moment to gaze upon the statue of Summit benefactor Stephen D. Bechtel Jr. But elsewhere, things are far from quiet. Scouts and Venturers take great advantage of the Summit’s huge skate park. They visit Vern Sanford (this page, lower right) of Provo, Utah, and the rest of the black-powder rifle staff. They fly down the Big Zip, which offers a thrilling ride across Bravo Lake. Crew Advisor Ben Coolbear (opposite page) and others work on their mountainboarding pow- erslide. Scouts learn about Native American traditions by watching dances by volunteers like Steve Pierce, a lodge chief in Snellville, Ga. They climb real-looking rock faces, as demonstrated by Keith Franklin of Fruita, Colo. And they try to break the Guinness World Record for most people keep- ing beach balls in the air at once. Even with all that, there’s time for some patch trading, as Eagle Scout Xavier Holliday (this page, lower left) from Atlanta quickly learns.


JRELIVE YOURAMBO MEMORIES


SIX PAGES CAN hardly represent 10 fun-filled days at the jamboree. That’s why you’ll find an exclusive Scouting magazine video and tons of additional photos at scoutingmagazine.org/2013jamboree.


Plus, if you missed the daily updates from the Summit


— covering the people, places and activities at the jam- boree — check out an archive on the Scouting magazine blog at bit.ly/jambomemories.


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