I don't know when the Boy Scouts implemented a new requirement, but now the rule is that if the scouts go on an outing that is more than 30 minutes from medical professionals, a person has to be along who has the Wilderness First Aid certification.
Wayne is the scoutmaster now, so he went ahead and took the 2-day training on Saturday and Sunday. It was in Winston-Salem, so we asked the Baughn's if he could stay overnight at their house Saturday night. Sister Baughn was SO kind and hospitable, she made him a 5 course meal with fancy table settings and cloth napkins, etc. Brother Baughn and Wayne had such fun talking for hours. Wayne had such a wonderful time. Those people are the salt of the earth. (She used to be my visiting teacher when they lived here, they were in the temple presidency.)
I helped with the children while Janette and Rachel were making applesauce at my house on Saturday. It was a good experience, they made about 44 bottles of applesauce out of 3 boxes of apples from the Farmer's Market. (They would have made more, but unfortunately one whole pot of apples got burned, so that was sad.) It made me feel like I could make applesauce in the future, because now I know how to do it.