I went along for the ride today to keep Hal company while he stood in line at the Drive Test Centre in Kitchener ON. We were really surprised when he was in and out with his paperwork done in less than an hour. Good thing we'd brought along our letterboxing gear. What a great way to spend the rest of the day!!!!
We found Secret 'Stashe #3 - The Train Conductor, Secret 'Stashe #4 - The Comic Book Villain, Secret 'Stashe #5 - The Professor (I love this series of stamps because they really amuse me and hope to find the rest), A Royal Invitation, Mennonites of Ontario #6 Wild Goose Chase Quilt Block, Mennonites of Ontario #18 Starflower Quilt Block, Wunderbar (finally!), Mummies Under Cover and Bunny Tales. A thoroughly enjoyable day.
If you are heading out to find Mummies Under Cover, you will find out that the Buddha is not in the window. In fact, when we were there all the windows in the building were being replaced. That won't stop you from finding the box if you can figure out the rest of the clues.
This is a true story . . . We stopped in this cute little neighbourhood park for a picnic lunch, musing that the neighbours probably were staring at these strange old people eating a picnic in late November. But it was a nice day!!!! Well I thought to myself "look at that lovely tree in that lovely corner of the park. What a great place to hide a letterbox". I was disappointed that we hadn't brought a box along to hide. Later when we were following clues down some railway tracks, Hal says "haven't we seen that house and park before" and we both started to laugh. We were right back at the park we'd picniced in and the box was hidden right where I'd suggested would be a perfect spot for a letterbox.