Rings - Games - 200

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Objective:

Compete in a game of ring toss.

Details:

1) Find or build a ring toss game.

Rings toss is simple- you toss a ring of any sort onto/into a goal. Scoring can be as simple or complex as you'd like. Just have fun!

A couple set ups that we found neat include:

-Rope rings onto re-used glass bottles

-Halloween/Fall themed glow in the dark ring toss

-Human Ring Toss

-A ring (or washer) toss at a fair!

2) Play ring toss!

3) Take a photo to document your game and post it on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts and #RingToss. You can also share your experiences in our Facebook group.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to enjoy and comment on.

Rings - DIY - 300

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Objective:

Construct a keychain of piece of jewelry with washers.

Details:

1) Do your research.

There are A TON of cool DIY jewelry and keychain project ideas. Spend some time browsing the web until you find a project you'd like to replicate, or come up with your own design. (Not sure where to start? Try Pinterest.)

Your project must a) be a keychain or piece of jewelry and b) contain at least one washer.

2) Construct your keychain or piece of jewelry.

3) Post a photo of your finished project on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts. You can also share your work in our Facebook group.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to enjoy and comment on.

Rings - DIY - 300

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Objective:

Make your own doughnuts from scratch.

Details:

1) Choose a recipe.

You can choose any doughnut recipe you'd like! 

Consider these suggestions:

-Cinnamon Sugar Buttermilk Doughnuts

-Old Fashioned Sour Cream Doughnuts

-Doughnuts with Vanilla Cream

-Darn Good Doughnuts
(Suggested by fellow scout Kathi!)

2) Make your doughnuts!

3) Post a photo documenting your process on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts and #doughnut. You can also share your work in our Facebook group.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to enjoy and comment on.

Rings - Art - 300

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Objective:

Use oil pastels to create your own version of Wassily Kandinsky's Squares With Concentric Circles.

Details:

1) Take a look at Wassily Kandinsky's Squares With Concentric Circles

2) Gather your supplies. You may use any combination of the following mediums: Pastels (suggested,) crayon, watercolor, or any type of paint. Your canvas is up to you.

3) Inspired by Wassily's work, create your own version of Squares With Concentric Circles.

4) Post your photo of your finished work on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts and #Wassily. You can also share your experiences in our Facebook group.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to enjoy and comment on.

Rings - Literature - 100

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Objective:

Read The Missing Piece Meets the Big O by Shel Silverstein.

Details:

1) Read The Missing Piece Meets the Big O by Shel Silverstein, in it's entirety. 

Check out the book from you local library, buy it at your local bookstore or get it on Amazon.

2) Write a short book review and post it in the comments below. Include whether or not you've read the book previously, and whether your change in perspective influenced how you experienced the book this time around.

Rings - Travel - 300

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Objective:

Go round and round (and round again) on a carousel.

Details:

1) (Optional) Watch Jonathan Napolitano's "The Carousel" to get in the spirit of this objective.

2) Research carousels you could potentially visit. Depending on where you live, you might need to plan this objective into a future trip.

Examples of awesome carousels include:

       Cedar Down Racing Derby in Sandusky, OH

       Smithsonian Carousel in Washington DC

       A Carousel for Missoula in Missoula, MT

Burnaby Village Carousel in Burnaby, BC

       And, of course, there are plenty more carousels to choose from. Check out this map from the National Carousel Association.

Note: Don't cheat yourself out of what could be an amazing experience by taking the easy way out. Please do not choose a "children's" miniature sized carousel commonly found outside a supermarket. We're looking for full sized carousels here.

3) Travel to and ride your carousel.

4) Post your photo of your experience on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts and #Carousel. You can also share your experiences in our Facebook group.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to enjoy and comment on.

5) Tell us about your carousel ride in the comments below. What carousel did you ride? When was it constructed? Who did you go on this adventure with? What did you enjoy, or not enjoy, about your experience?

Rings - Visit - 900

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Objective:

Take a "Tour de Doughnuts" through tasting and rating doughnuts from multiple shops.

Details:

1)  Research doughnut shops you may want to visit.

Remember- Quest Scouts is all about trying new things! Sure, you can visit a shop you've been to before, but do your best to expand your horizons. Is there a local shop you've yet to visit? Are there any highly recommended shops in cities you plan to visit?

2) Print out a "Tour de Doughnuts" doughnut rating sheet. Make sure to bring your rating sheet along as you move on to step three! 

3) Visit a doughnut shop of your choice. Sample a doughnut, and record your thought on your doughnut rating sheet.

4) Document your visit with a photo and post it on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts and #Doughnut. You can also share your experiences in our Facebook group.

Remember, if you post to a public Instagram or Twitter account your photo will show up on our Scout Board for other Quest Scouts to enjoy and comment on.

5) (Optional) Continue your Tour de Doughnuts by continuing to visit shops, sample doughnuts and record your thoughts.

Notes: A) Each shop you visit (maximum six shops) is worth 150 points, for a total of up to 900 points. Only 150 points per shop may be claimed, even if you order more than one doughnut. B) The "Tour De Doughnut" does not have to be completed in a single day, so take your time!

6) When you have completed your Tour de Doughnut, let us know which shop was your favorite in the comments below.