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The LetterBoxer's Companion - Exploring Mysteries Hidden in the Great Outdoors will introduce you to the fun and fast growing sport of Letterboxing. From the day in 1854 when James Perrott placed a bottle for visitors' cards on a moor in Dartmoor, England, to the feature article in a 1998 issue of Smithsonian introducing the sport to a U.S. audience, to the thousands of letterboxes today scattered throughout North America, the quaint Old World pastime of letterboxing has come a long way. And it's not surprising. This fascinating, family-friendly sport-an intriguing mix of hiking, puzzle solving, treasure hunting, and rubber stamp artistry, topped off with the thrill of discovery-offers something for everyone.The basic idea is simple enough: Clues, usually posted on a website, lead to the secret location of a "letterbox." And yet there is much more to know. The Letterboxer's Companion is a complete introduction that covers everything from a history of letterboxing to tips on writing and following clues, from instruction in carving personal stamps to letterboxing etiquette-in short, everything an aspiring letterboxer needs to get started.
- Binding - Paper
- Get the book - START THE QUEST
- Publisher - Falcon Guides
- About The Author - Randy Hall is a cofounder of the Letterboxing North America website, letterboxing.org, and is a nationally ranked orienteer. A software engineer by day, he lives in Pennsylvania.
- Pages - 115
- Year - 2011 2nd Edition
- Can you follow the clues to find the hidden treasure?
- Covers all you need to know
- Family friendly
- ISBN - 9780762746798
- With tips on writing and following clues