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Awesome! I know that you are so proud of him!BTW, I enjoyed your comment on my flashback 1988 post, about moving to Texas and leaving fingernail marks in the pavement along the way. :) You are too funny!
Congratulations to Ian! We attended an Eagle Scout ceremony this past weekend for the son of our friends. What an accomplishment. A real honor. You have every reason to be proud. And I love the outdoor chapel. Just breaktaking.
Congrats to your talented Eagle Scout! That outdoor chapel is amazing. wow
You SHOULD be proud,I love it!
That was great! Congrats to the Eagle! It brought back memories of our old time Brush Arbor meetings!
wow that was quite a feat
Simply awesome! That FDR quote was great, the picture were great. The final product was a treat. Thanks for sharing and congratulations to Ian and to you! :)
My, what a precious achievement. Congratulations to Ian.
I agree with Missy...awesome! Quite a vision and accomplishment! I am so hoping that my grandsons go this direction.
Wonderful project. Congratulations to Ian! (and a mighty fine photo documentary by proud mom, as well)Both outdoor chapel and making Eagle Scout are tremendous accomplishments. Well done!
What a great project! To be an Eagle Scout is such an accomplishment. Such a positive thing for the young men, too. You have every reason to be proud! Congrats to Ian!
Oh you should be proud, of Ian and all your family....what hard work they did to accompolish something amazing...congratulations Ian on becoming an Eagle Scout, well done!Great post my friend...:-) Hugs
That is all kinds of awesome. I am very impressed.
Love it!!He has accomplished a very cool thing that will remain with him for many years. Good job to his mama too :).
Wow, great pics, and what a lovely outdoor theatre/chapel area. I can hear the rustle of leaves with squirrels meandering about, and birds taking flight, right now.Beautiful!
What a lovely tribute. I love seeing Eagle Scout projects, and this one is amazing. You should be busting buttons!
This made my heart do a swoop, once the benches started to emerge, and I could see what was happening. I adore spots of spirituality with trees around them, I guess. So I'm a sap for this project and those photos. Excellent job, Ian!
Oh, terrific!!! Congratulations to Ian!!! Wonderful!! You must be so very proud of him!!! ~Janine XOP.S. You've woven this post so beautifully...with your photo story, the FDR quote...simply superb! ~J.
Oh, wonderful! I love this story through pictures! Amazing!
I got chills when I read it was for the Eagle Scout! Congratulations to you and Ian. The chapel is a wonderful idea and very nicely done!
How cool is that! Congrats, Ian!
Oh! WONDERFUL!!!! :-)
and thank you for the Rose & Thorn mention below! *smiling*
Congratulations to you, Ian, and Family. What a project! I have been to a three ceremonies over the last couple years and have seen video of what the kids have done. My hat's off to all, but your Ian's project is most impressive.
Lovely! Congratulations to you all.Can we have a book club meeting there when you host?
Yay!! Good work, Scout.
A noble accomplishment. 105 degrees? Yikes!
What a wonderful feat of construction in such a hot climate! No wonder you are so proud.Nuts in May
Congrats, Ian. And Mom and Dad for helping him through all these years of Boy Scouts.So who's going to be standing at the altar?
Congratulations, Ian and all the boys including Dad who put his old bod through a lot to help. This is truly a lovely accomplishment. You have left something behind, Ian and your brothers before you for breaking trails etc. You all make this grandmother proud too.
Impressive...very, Very Impressive! Dave's cousins' boy is a Scout and I'm just proud to know there are such Fine Young Men still doing good.
Very impressive! I love it. You have a wonderful son and family.Many blessings!!
An Eagle Scout. You should be very proud. Congratulations.
What a fine job they all did! It was quite a project and in such heat. Good for Ian and I enjoyed the pictures.
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