Electric Jail Break-Out Activity for Boy Scouts


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This Activity is meant for Boy Scouts.
Required:
2x4 or similar sized log, 8 feet long
40 foot rope
Preparation:
Tie the rope in a triangular area between 3 trees - this is the electic fence. If inside, tie posts to the backs of chairs and tie the rope between them. Rope should be between 3 and 5 feet off the ground, depending on size and ability of players.
Your patrol was captured while scouting an enemy compound and locked in this electrified prison. You must escape.

Goal: Have all the members of the patrol escape over the electric fence.

Rules:
  1. Anyone touching the fence must start over. Anyone touching that scout when he touches the fence also must start over.
  2. If the board touches the fence, everyone touching the board must start over.
  3. The trees are part of the fence.
  4. No one may be thrown.
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