Letterboxing, a hobby that started in England in the 1850s, is an excellent activity for social-distancing times for people who enjoy the great outdoors, as well as a puzzle to solve. People have hidden beautifully carved stamps just waiting for you to work out the crafty clues and add them to your collection in a stamp logbook. Discover many wonderful places where many boxes are hidden a little off the beaten path. Savvy Sightseer Jeanne Schnupp introduces you to this fun, outdoor, treasure-tracking activity and takes you to some of Long Island’s surprising gems in Wantagh, Plainview, Farmingville, Shirley, Huntington, Stony Brook and Smithtown. Email email@example.com through Friday, July 3 with the subject “Letterboxing” to receive the video link available for you to view at your convenience.
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