5.09.2004

Letterboxing

We have been having lots of fun with a new adventure! It gets us outside like geocaching, but not nearly as high tech. I like to think of it as art in the outdoors with a bit more brain power and puzzle-solving thrown in for good measure. All you need to start letterboxing is a book to log your finds, an inkpad and signature stamp, and the clues to the nearest letterbox. You can find information about it at www.letterboxing.org.

Here are a few of our favorite finds:

Rose of Aberlone
Belknap Bridge
Boiler Bay
Bunch of Bunnies HitchHiker
Camp Adair
Cougar
Diver
Devil's Punch Bowl (now missing)
Girl Scouts of America (Logo, Brownie, and Try-it stamps were carved by me)
Huli Mon (also carved by me)
Magnolia
Pinky
Sahalie
Sisters (carved by Bug)
Split Maple
Strawberry Hill Wayside
Sturgeon
Worm
Yaquina Bay Lighthouse

Want to know more? Jusk ask!

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