Today we went to a wonderful letterboxing event. Since letterboxing tends to be a fairly solitary hobby (you're looking for tiny hidden artworks, and trying to not let curious passers-by in on the secret), it is always fun to engage in this activity with a large group of like-minded people.
As we often do, we decided to cycle at this event, but there were a lot of spots we really couldn't get to, due either to the roughness or steepness of the terrain. But because we were out with friends, they obligingly helped us retrieve any hidden treasures that Robb was unable to reach.
Normally, this sort of retrieval techniques is dismissed as "slack boxing." The slacker follows behind and scoops up the booty retrieved by others. We broke new ground in slack boxing today. Because Robb was so exhausted, he adjourned to our station wagon, and had a little lie-down in the back. The rest of our group eventually met up with him, and Robb made prints of the stamps they had brought with him, while laying flat on his back.
Robb cannot be content with run-of-the-mill slacking. No. He has brought slackiness to new highs. Or lows.
While I'm pretty happy with the photos I get of plants and animals (and do click on the butterflies to see more details), I can't seem to do much with people.
So, we'll share a link to photos that were taken as part of Robb's Say Cheese Letterbox. Click here.