Saint-Bruno Rangers Host a Thinking Day Trip Around the World!


The Saint-Bruno Rangers of the Montérégiennes District put on a Thinking Day event for all levels of Guiding in Saint-Bruno and Sainte-Julie.

The Rangers’ first stop was Pax Lodge in England. They drank tea and ate cookies and learnt some facts. part the Sparks, Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders around the world to visit and learn about the Guiding World Centers.


The girls received passports and flight passes before they boarded their private jet to be whisked off.

Next stop was Our Cabana in Mexico where they ate salsa and chips and dressed up in sombreros to get their pictures taken.

IMG_3307Onwards to Sangam where they learnt a bit about Guiding in India and then learnt how to do a Bollywood dance, they also were treated to naan bread.

IMG_3310Last stop was Our Chalet in Switzerland, where they were treated to Toberlone chocolate and learnt how to do a paper decoration that was taught by one of the Rangers who had gone to our Chalet on an international trip.

Once we “returned back home” the girls had a quick campfire with songs and then the night was closed with the singing of each level’s closing song.

All in all it was a great Thinking Day.

About our Guest Blogger: Carole Knaapen is a Ranger leader for the Saint-Bruno Rangers in the Des Montérégiennes District. If you are interested in guest blogging, please send us an email at

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