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scouts have completed this objective as of 

4/12

 

Objective:

Take a walk of fate!

Details:

1) Gather your materials! You will need:

-A "Walk of Fate" worksheet
-A six sided dice
-A pen or pencil

2) Roll your fate!

Roll your die, and record your roll on  the "Walk of Fate worksheet" by shading in the corresponding arrow. For example, if you roll a two on your first roll, you'll shade in the "left" arrow, in the left column. If you roll a five on your second row, you'll shade in the "forward" arrow, in the right column.

When you've rolled the die 15 times, your walk of fate "map" in complete!

3) Head out on a walk!

Choose a starting point. Note your first direction, and begin walking that way. While walking, look for an opportunity to head in your second noted direction. (City blocks will most likely be a convenient grid to follow here.)

Notes: Use common sense! Don't do anything dangerous! If you hit something insurmountable, modify your walk until you can continue on your path.

4) Continue on your walk, following your walk of fate, until you've finished your entire walk of fate. (All 15 directions should have been followed at this point.)

5) Take a photo to document where you ended up! Share your photo on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts. You can also share your photo in our Facebook group.

6) Comment below telling us about your walk of fate. How did it go? Did you enjoy yourself? Did you run into any issues? Your comment will be counted toward our goal of 20 participants of this objective.

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Objective:

Sip a hot beverage at a "new to you" cafe.

Details:

1) This objective is meant to inspire you to step outside your normal routine. Identify a coffee shop or cafe that you've never been to before, that sounds like a place you might enjoy!

2) Go there! Order a hot beverage and sit down to relax for a bit.

3) Take a photo to document your experience. Share your photo on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts. You can also share your photo in our Facebook group.                   

4) Let us know about your experience at the "new to you" cafe in the comments below. Did you enjoy yourself? Did anything fun or interesting happen? Your comment will be counted toward our goal of 12 participants of this objective.

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Objective:

Create an unusual waffle.

Details:

1) Check the fun youtube series by Jackson Bird, Will It Waffle! Jackson has created a following by "waffling" things that aren't traditionally waffled.

2) Try it yourself. Choose a non-batter food substance you think might "waffle," and do your best to waffle it.

3) Share a photo of your waffle experiment on Instagram or Twitter with the tags #QuestScouts. You can also share your experiences in our Facebook group.

4) Taste test! Comment below stating what you waffled and what you thought of it. Make sure to leave your review so we can be sure to count you toward our goal of 5.

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Objective:

Sample the "best" bread in town!

Details:

1) Do a little research! Find out where the best bread in town is! We're talking savory bread here- think loaves and rolls. (And yes, of course "best" is subjective. Just do your best and go with it!)

2) Buy the best bread in town! (Even better if you get it in the morning when it's freshly baked.)

3) Take a photo to document your experience. Share your photo on Instagram or Twitter with the tag #QuestScouts. You can also share your photo in our Facebook group.

(Remember that all posts tagged with #QuestScouts posted on a non-private Twitter or Instagram account will show up on our Scout Board.)                                 

4) Sample the bread. Let us know where you got the bread and whether you feel it truly was the best bread in town! Your comment will be counted toward our goal of 10 participants of this objective.