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Letterboxing North America

LETTERBOXING is an intriguing pastime combining navigational skills and rubber stamp artistry in a charming treasure hunt style outdoor quest.

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    thevalleygazette.com On the hunt: Outdoor fun with an adventurous twist | The Valley Gazette

    “It’s cool to be looking under rocks, and great for learning and science exploration.” More info on scavenger hunting • Ansonia Nature & Recreation Center: AnsoniaNatureCenter.org ; 10 Deerfield Lane, Ansonia; 203-736-1053 • Earthplace-The Nature Discovery Center: EarthPlace.org ; 10 Woodside Lan... Read article

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    framingham.com Framingham News - fun for kids

    Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online". The LetterBoxing hunt begins at 10:00a.m., but participants need to arrive at 9:00a.m. to create logbooks. According to Letter Boxing North America, ( www.letterboxing.or... Read article

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    webspace.webring.com Index

    You've "found" this letterbox by leaving your personal stamp impression (aka your signature) in the box's logbook and placing the box's stamp impression in your personal logbook of "finds." The box is then carefully repacked and hidden in the exact spot you found it. For more about this pastime v... Read article

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    webpages.charter.net Letterboxing with Irish Tinker

    "The Road To ..." - Released 7/28/03 For more information about letterboxing, visit the Letterboxing North America website at: http://www.letterboxing.org/ This site is a member of WebRing. To browse visit Here . If you have any comments or questions about any of my letterboxes, please email me a... Read article

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    mercergov.org City of Mercer Island - Letterboxing

    Want more? You can also find lots of information about letterboxing at www.letterboxing.org Letterboxing is a fun way to explore the outdoors on Mercer Island! Letterboxes have are hidden in Pioneer Park, and it’s your job to find them. Follow the clues through the forest, and make a print of the... Read article

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    withywindlenature.com Letterboxing 101 : Withywindle Nature

    So you need to have a stamp you’ve either made or bought, an ink pad (not all boxes provide these) and a waterproof container to keep them in (we use a freezer baggie). First thing is to find the clues to boxes in the area where you’re going. We typically have a destination in mind before heading... Read article

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    peterboroughhistory.org Letterboxing | Peterborough Historical Society

    Letterboxers follow a set of clues to various boxes “planted” by other letterboxers. When the seeker finds a box, he places his stamp in the box’s notebook and uses the box’s stamp to record the find in his own notebook. Many letterboxers create hand carved stamps that reflect their personality o... Read article

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    2passthetorch.com Pass The Torch » How to Go Letterboxing

    I’ll post more photos about our excursions in the next few weeks, but for now I’ll just share some letterboxing tips, as a part of Kailani’s group writing project. 1. Visit letterboxing.org and research the letterboxes that have been “planted” in your area. Look for the date the letterbox was las... Read article

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    articles.herald-mail.com Treasure hunters welcome, but the reward is not gold - Herald-Mail

    Advertisement I was searching for this box because I had recently read about the growing popularity of letterboxing and wanted to see if this would be something fun I could do with my children. Letterboxing mixes treasure hunting, art, navigation and the exploration of interesting, scenic and som... Read article

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    earthplace.org Letterboxing at Earthplace, Westport CT

    Hunters set out to find this prize armed with a pencil, personal rubber stamp and logbook. Following a set of clues, letterbox hunters uncover the booty and brand their logbook with the stamp within the box. Using their personal stamp they leave their mark on the box’s logbook, perhaps with a not... Read article

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    granbylandtrust.org Letterboxing

    So, to begin letterboxing, all that you need is a unique personal stamp (which you can either purchase or make for yourself), a record book to record your visits, and a set of clues. To learn more about letterboxing in general, you can visit www.letterboxing.org . There are also letterboxes locat... Read article

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    powellriverlibrary.ca What's Letterboxing? | Powell River Public Library

    Note: our stamp pads measure 8x5 cm, and the guestbook measures 7x10 cm, so your stamp will need to be small. Then await the clues as they are posted each week throughout the summer so you can track down the Letterboxes. The first clue will be posted on Friday, May 25. If you 'like' our page, you... Read article

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    mapcenter.com Why read maps? » Blog Archive » A Walk in the Park

    Anyone with a GPS unit can then try to locate the geocache. People love their high tech toys; I certainly approve of outdoor family adventures and online communities; and hey, the official Getting Started page does advise “Bring both a map and a compass.” But it seems kinda thin. Letterboxing.org... Read article

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    prm.eku.edu EKU Update

    Saturday, April 29 – “GeoCache Challenge,” 10 a.m.-2 p.m. (weather permitting), carpools departing from Jones Parking Lot. GeoCaching and its cousin LetterBoxing are worldwide “treasure hunts” with more than 250,000 caches in 200 countries! (See www.geocaching.com and www.letterboxing.org ). GeoC... Read article

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    thehiramcollege.net Science : Hiram College News

    Matt Sorrick will lead fun for the whole family; participants will get the materials they need to create their own letterboxing pack, and then will get to search for a hidden letterbox in the forest. The cost for non-members is $5, and it is FREE for members of Friends of the field Station, facul... Read article

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