LBing plans and dreams

This is the time of year when I start to get really anxious to get out and find more boxes.  But even with our mild winter and really low snowfall, I still need… Continue reading

Dang Efficient Librarians

So…. my hollow book that was planted in the library (Crowfoot branch) has already gone missing.  And the person who went to search for it (Spirit Bear) said that the stamps weren’t exactly… Continue reading

Come and Gone

Well, APAL day has come and gone here in Canada’s sunniest province with narry a whisper from any of the other LBers here in AB.  Spirit Bear was the only other LBer to… Continue reading

APAL Day is Rapidly Approaching

APAL (pronounced Apple) ~ which stands for Alberta Plant a Letterbox day ~ is rapidly approaching and I have been a busy beaver!!  During the time of our move (May/June 11) I carved… Continue reading

All Ready to Go for the New Year

I have been having trouble finding my logbooks here in Alberta. I spent a day running all over Calgary… office supply places (Staples seems to be the only one here), and art supply… Continue reading

Mini-Meet a Success

Just home from the first Calgary Mini-Meet and Carve Event. It was great to meet some new letterboxers, get reacquainted with the 4Sailors and have a chance to do exchanges and practice some… Continue reading

Prep for a November Mini-Meet

My early November mini-meet / carving event is turning into a not-so-small meet.  Amazingly, there are 11 people currently signed up for the event.   I was expecting two… three at the most. So… Continue reading

Thanksgiving Monday Letterboxing Trip

After a nice big meal on Sunday, my family consented to accompany me on a LB trip out towards the mountains on Thanksgiving Monday. It was sunny when we started out… sun and… Continue reading

First Find, First Carve & First Event

Well, I’ve finally settled in enough to get going with letterboxing. Last week on a lovely fall afternoon I stopped at the Bowmont Natural Area to pick up Blue J’s Bowmont Duck…. my… Continue reading

Fall in Alberta

As I sit here this morning, 5 deer came to graze in the front yard. The sun is now up and the bluebirds are still chittering and swooping around the yard. It is… Continue reading