Letterboxing at The Westport Library

The Westport Library currently houses two Letterboxes, courtesy of Girl Scout Troop #50192.  If you are a Letterbox hunter, here are some clues to help you on your quest:

Butterflies Letterbox >>

Fairy Tales Letterbox >>

If you or your organization would like to learn more about
hiding your own letterbox at The Westport Library,
contact Lynne Perrigo (lperrigo [at] westportlibrary [dot] org)

What is Letterboxing?

"Letterboxing is an intriguing mix of puzzle solving, treasure hunting and rubber stamp artistry, topped off with the thrill of discovery."
~ The Letterboxer's Companion,
by Randy Hall

Looking for a Letterbox is like going on a quest.  A Letterbox hunter first creates an original rubbber stamp and then uses navigational skills to find hidden Letterboxes.  Letterboxes all have notebooks inside for hunters to make stamp mark and maybe even write a message. This is a great activity for traveling families

To find directions to other hidden Letterboxes in Westport (and all over North America - Letterboxes are searchable by state and city!) visit Letterboxing.org and     AtlasQuest.com.

Thanks to Girl Scout Troop #50192 (and their leaders!) for introducing us to this fun and educational hobby.