I am rather partial to beautiful flowering things so I'm glad I'm here where we can do Outdoor Scavenger Hunts and find leaves and flowers and grass in mid-March. I say that because I posted this on Facebook,
and two of my friends in Massachusetts mentioned their lack of leaves* or grass. Too bad. Later that day I was social-distancing in Graham near the library and children's museum when I decided to enjoy the pretty day by doing the Outdoor Scavenger Hunt! It was fun!
* our trees weren't all that leafy just yet (it was March 18th when I did my hunt), but don't you have bushes with leaves in the Northeast? And you can see from my pictures, that I actually found leaves leftover from last year
Here are pictures I posted on Facebook.
|Leaves that look different; I did more than 5 because I wanted to include all these little cuties!|
|something that is heavy|
|flowers - real and fake|
|something that smells good|
|something(s) that need the sun to live|
|something you like to play with; well, Sophie does;|
it's the mouse outside the library
|something brown; something smaller than my thumb; a stick bigger than my hand;|
something to recycle; something that begins with M (mulch)
Back at my house:
|a flat rock and one with spots|
|ten blades of grass (until a couple blew away) and something very light|
For my Massachusetts and other friends who don't have flowers or leaves or grass at this time of year, I also posted this Indoor Scavenger Hunt. I may do this one sometime.
And then .. THEN yesterday, I found all these which I wanted to save here! I should get going on that last one because it's already April 1, and Spring will be over before we know it! (Though, truthfully, I could do that one later in the year if need be.)