The Boy Scout Automobilists - It is a story book. The Scouts enjoyed the trip mightily. Durland took occasion to impress on them some of the differences between a regular Boy Scout encampment and the strict military camp of which, for the next week, they were to form a part. 'Remember to stick close to your own camp', he said. 'After taps don't go out of your own company street. There's no need of it, and I don't want any visiting around among the other troops.