Monday, January 18, 2016


One of our Christmas gifts this year was an Urban Adventure Quest. It started at the Seattle Center and ended a few hours later in downtown Seattle. Along the way, we saw various pieces of public art, learned about a few Seattle landmarks, and visited some places that figure prominently in current Seattle "mythology."

While we were dependent upon an internet-capable phone to receive clues and submit answers, we didn't need a GPS unit. And even though we weren't looking for longitudinal and latitudinal coordinates, it felt very similar to geocaching.

(And we may or may not have added some of our own chewed pieces of Hubba Bubba bubblegum to the Post Alley gum wall, which was recently cleaned in November 2015.)

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