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Letterboxing and Geocaching Attract Walkers - Article
describing the basics and the factors that motivate people
to start letterboxing.
Dart - Artist from Salem, Massachusetts describes her
Info About Raising Boys: Letterboxing Family Fun -
Brief article includes details on supplies and features
instructions for participation with children.
Quest Letterboxing - Trip planning portal offers clue
search by country as well as tutorials and premium members
and Penny's Letterboxing Page - List of their boxes
planted, found, and exchanged, primarily in Oregon and
the Pacific Northwest.
Columbia Letterboxes - Introduction, photographs of
personal stamps, and clues for boxes planted in southwest
Letterboxing - Clues for boxes she planted in Washington
Mischief - Offering clues for letterboxes in the Syracuse,
New York area.
Southern California Letterboxes - Search for boxes
in Long Beach, San Bernardino and Lake Arrowhead, California.
Letterboxing - Chuck and Molly's letterboxes in Connecticut.
Department of Environmental Protection: Letterboxing -
Official site supports letterboxing in publicly owned state
Letterboxes - Introduction, tips and things to avoid,
news, survey, and letterbox clues for the Dartmoor area.
- DartmoorLetterboxing.org -
History of the activity, similar to orienteering, begun in
1854 at Cranmere Pool on the moor, and now popular in many
countries. Offers a forum and contact information.
Mad Stamper - Rubber stamp carver Mitch offers instructions
on how to carve a stamp, and some examples.
Letterbox Site - Clues for boxes in Dartmoor and in
the Netherlands. [English and Dutch]
Finds - Posts first finds submitted by new US letterboxers,
organized by state.
and Chips' Letterboxing Paradise - Virtual letterbox
clues lead visitors on an online hunt.
de Lis' Letterboxing Journal - Weblog about his letterboxing
Letterboxing Travails - Clues to letterboxes he has
placed, mostly in the Northwest US.
Feet Will Travel - Introduction, contact details, and
guidelines for letterboxing in the Dartmoor area.
of Dartmoor Letterboxing - Account first published
as "More Dartmoor Letterboxes" by Anne Swinscow in 1986.
List - Hitchhikers are a form of traveling letterbox.
Site includes lists of hitchhikers and last reported letterbox
Farm - Clues to boxes hidden in Granby, Connecticut.
Letterboxes - Clues to quick and easy letterboxes to
find while traveling on Route I-95, from Maine to Florida.
Letterboxes - Clues for letterboxes located in Kansas.
Anonymous - Forum with clues and discussion topics.
Includes helpful hints on methods and supplies.
Central - Introductory information, message board,
resources, links to clues, and tips for letterboxing with
in Germany and Continental Europe - Clues by country
and tips for enjoyment.
North America - US-based portal offering FAQ, links,
forums, and a members-only section where clues can be submitted.
Northeast - The Drew family of East Lyme, Connecticut,
offer clues in New England states as well as Washington,
DC, South Carolina, and Colorado.
Questionnaire - British university student studying
letterboxing for her dissertation asks visitors to answer
a few questions on the activity.
and Sue Pepe - Couple from Kensington, Connecticut
describe activities in eleven states and the island of
Letterboxes - Bonnie and Betsey Sennott offer clues
to their boxes in Massachusetts.
Letterboxing - Clues to boxes placed by Ruthann Zaroff
and her family throughout Michigan, plus images of the
stamps she created for them.
and Bald Eagle - Anna and Paul offer clues to boxes
in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont.
Letterboxing - Information about letterboxing in and
around Nebraska. Includes clues and logs for local letterboxes,
as well as some resources for letterboxing in general.
State Stamp Letterboxes - Ambitious family project
placing letterboxes in each state, patterned after the
US quarters series.
England Area Letterboxing Gatherings - Mark & Sue's
blog of letterboxing events in New England.
Zealand Letterboxing - Clues, views, and news including
boxes from Team Psychokiwi, Judi, Linton, and the Bunny.
America Webring - Links to dozens of forums and clue
City Letterboxes by Dennis Williams - Clues to boxes
in Oklahoma City as well as New Mexico, Alabama, and Costa
Circle Letterboxing Guild - Family and friends offer
clues to letterboxes in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Letterboxes - Personal page with clues for boxes placed
throughout the western United States, as well as a few
in Canada, Africa, and Central America. Also includes tips
for improving the stamp quality.
Doug's Letterboxing Site - Articles including getting
started, outdoor ethics, and explanation of cryptic letterboxer
codes. Also includes list of boxes found and clues for
boxes placed in New York and Pennsylvania.
Eagle's Letterbox Aerie - Clues to nearly 100 letterboxes
that Silver Eagle has placed in North America, primarily
Space Traveler - Family offers clues for Pennsylvania,
New York and other states.
- Stamp-in-the-Box -
A collection of information and clues relating to letterboxing,
a hobby that combines hiking, art, orienteering and mystery
in a treasure-hunt style activity.
History of Dartmoor Letterboxing - This Englishman
from Torquay has written a brief history with a guide to
the Tors and some examples of stamps.
Letterboxing Page - Tara Lowry offers clues to her
boxes and images of her many hand-carved stamps, with tutorials
Letterboxes - Clues to letterboxes placed by twograysquirrels,
mostly in Maryland and Virginia.
Letterboxing - Database of clues to letterboxes in
urban locations, primarily in Europe.
and Pete's Letterboxes - Clues for boxes placed primarily
in Rhode Island, but a few in other states as well. Also
includes logs of the movement of hitchhiker boxes, primarily
in New England.
is Letterboxing? - Michelle Spalding offers a history
of letterboxing in England and the United States with bibliography.
World of Letterboxing Community - Forums and worldwide
Groups: Letterboxing Northeast - Discussion group for
the northeastern US.
Groups: Letterboxing USA - Discussion group for US
: Letterboxing - Radio host Linda Wertheimer and
Thomas Johnston, an enthusiast in Washington, D.C.,
find a letterbox near the White House. [audio] (April
Gazette: Letterboxing a hobby of inky fingers and hidden
treasures - Article on local letterboxing from
chain of community newspapers near Washington, DC. (July
Post: Thinking Inside the Box - Article by Caroline
Kettlewell describes her discovery of the activity. (July
News: Letterboxing Makes Hiking an Adventure -
Feature story datelined Oakland, New Jersey. (June
Magazine: They Live and Breathe Letterboxing -
Abstract of an article by Chris Granstrom, with link
to a few references (April 1, 1998).