3. Ride bicycle on a 5-day trip, covering at least 15 miles a day, camping out and cooking at least one meal each day over a campfire, for coup. Same for 10 days, and in addition, make a sketch or photograph of some interesting natural object or view each day, for grand coup.
I — Binding
1. Bind a book, not less than 100 pages, with stiff covers, properly stitched and hinged, for coup. If with tooled leather, grund coup.
J — Bone
1. Make from hard bone a corn husking peg of practical, useable size, fitted with finger straps of strong leather, for coup. With this peg, husk 5 bushels of corn, for grand coup.
K — Camp Cooking
1. Build out of doors, a clay, stone or brick oven which will bake good bread, for coup. Make and bake good, digestible bread in such an oven after building it for grand coup.
2. Make one pint of edible acorn flour, and prepare same for eating. Grind one pound of corn meal in a self-made mortar, prepare for cooking, and cook into good eatable cakes. Either for coup; both for grand coup.
3. Make for actual use 5 pounds of jerky, or 5 pounds of pemmican, for coup. Make 5 pounds of each, all to be used, for grand coup.
4. Make an “Indian well,” and get clean water from a swamp or other place where the water is undrinkable, for coup. Build 6 such wells, each in a different swamp, for grand coup.
5. Collect maple juice, and make 1 quart of maple syrup and 1 pound of maple sugar, for coup. In addition, make 1 pint of syrup from box elders, birches, or hickory trees, or from honey locust pods, for grand coup.
L — Camp Tools and Furniture
1. Build a strong, serviceable table at least 4x8 feet, and a solid bench to use with it, both of wildwood material, for coup. If no nails are used, grand coup.