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    I stumbled across an article on Letterboxing and it sounds like fun, the kids & I are going to try it. It's a treasure hunt for boxes hidden in locations that people leave clues for on the internet. The boxes contain a stamp & stamp book - you leave your personal stamp in their book and also stamp your own book.
    I found a lot in our area - I wonder if people will stumble upon these boxes in their search for tokens.

    http://www.letterboxing.org/

    I couldn't help but notice the similarity between the picture of the book on this website and the cover of the YNF - same pattern.

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    raramom, what at neat site and sounds like fun. Thanks for the post.

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    i think the pebbly book cover design is just a type of hard-cover...
    if you can read, you can solve

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    Raramom: thanks for the post on letterboxing. Thanks again for the tip! A friend and I are making our stamps and going to try letterboxing. Sound so interesting, expecially of you enjoy traveling. FYI...you might want to look at this exciting fun thing as well. Ties in with the longitude and latitudes of the world where they converge. Its called "Confluence".
    To to this site: www.confluence.org

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