We attached our list to a bag and hit the pavement. Before long we were finding, collecting and seeking more than ever before. I've recently learned that if Connor is given a "mission" he is much more into the craft or project I have for us. Total boy, right? On our walk, Connor loved finding the items and checking them off with the pencil I attached to our bag. I like that this hunt forces him to use a pencil, too. I told him only the Master Hunter could use the pencil and he was much too eager to wear that title. I made the list so that families can use it in their neighbors or even on a nature hike. The items listed are perfect for a sunny afternoon hike.
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With cooler months coming our way, I am really looking forward to marking off a hike or two from our Fall Hike Bucket List this month. What better way to enjoy those hikes than with a scavenger hunt that has us looking and searching for Fall themed items? Be sure to attach your list to a small bag with handles and you can collect certain items on your walk, too! Instant Fall keepsakes!