In the good old days, being a boy scout REALLY MEANT something. Scouts had to learn to swim, fully clothed; make a bow and arrow from scratch; learn the Semaphore, Morse, and Myer codes; track animals; use hatchets; rowboats; draw maps, and have a solid understanding of astronomy. They did so, all while learning chivalry and charm. Do you dare test your strength? Can you live up to the standards of a 1950s boy scout?