Category Archives: Letterboxing

Mt. St. Helens

Last weekend we went camping at Mt. St. Helens with my parents and my older sister and her family.  Despite having grown up in the Pacific Northwest, it was my first time visiting the volcano, and now I wonder what took us so long.  What I assumed would be a barren wasteland covered with lava, […]

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Mother’s Day

At Kubota Garden On Mother’s Day we went letterboxing around the Seattle area.  The letterboxes led us all over the city to some pretty cool places, and reminded me that Seattle is much bigger than our little neighborhood we rarely seem to leave.  The last letterbox took us to a cemetery in Queen Anne where […]

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Happy New Year

We celebrated the first day of 2012 with some letterboxing at Discovery Park.  It was gorgeous and unseasonably warm.  We accidentally ended up walking approximately four miles.  Niamh told us three miles in that her toes were burning (boots bought in September are now too small).  But all in all, a perfect start to the […]

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Northern State Recreation Area

On the way home from camping on Sunday we stopped in Sedro-Woolley to visit the ranger station and do some letterboxing.  The letterboxes were at the Northern State Recreation Area, which was once the site of a mental hospital.  Now it is a disc golf course, cemetery, and a bunch of super cool abandoned buildings.  […]

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Sunday

  Just some random iPhone shots from our Sunday morning, which we spent finding the remaining letterboxes scattered around our area.  Kids were pretty excited by the big horn sheep (?) we saw on the road that leads to Estes Park.  

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