Assembling a campsite for 39,000 Scouts at the 2011 World Scout Jamboree in Sweden is no small feat, especially when there is no technology more advanced than a wheelbarrow to be found.
Taiwanese Scouts lash together a countertop for their camp kitchen.
Eagle Scout Cameron White (l) and Life scout Jacque Douglas, both from California in the United States, cut timbers to size for addition to their troop's entrance gateway.
Scouts from Saudi Arabia observe their Muslim faith, giving their afternoon prayers in the field near their campsite at the 2011 World Scout Jamboree.
Ben Scamer strums his guitar and sings for his fellow Scouts from the United Kingdom.
Life Scout Nick Heise (r) of Minnesota ties the Friendship Knot for the scarf of Eagle Scout Sean M. of Wisconsin. The two Scouts from the United States are in Jamboree Troop 70101.
— Eagle Scout Daniel M. Reck has been a member of the Boy Scouts of America for 25 years. He is Jamboree Today's international editor and a member of the International Service Team at the 2011 World Scout Jamboree. Beyond Scouting, Daniel is a college educator and Director of Digital Media for the Northwestern University bands.