Like many other troops mentioned above, no electronics were allowed on our trips. We did allow the boys to play cards, which provides a good social interaction and sharpens mental skills. On some trips the gambling taught some valuable life lessons, as some boys lost the quarters they needed to open their bear canisters Us adults were none too quick to bail out the losers unless the evening's meal was locked up in there as well.
I only had to teach my son one lesson. Keep the green and play with the coins. He made a fair amount of money on that trip.
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