Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Catching up with Teasel

The last time I wrote about our boxing buddy, Teasel the hedgehog, he was playing with Peanut Girl at Happy Gemini's house. That was way back in September. He has been getting around since then and doing more letterboxing than I have. Maybe that's why it has taken me this long to post about his travels--I am completely jealous! Of a stuffy! After he left HG's, he went to visit Questar right here in Illinois. Only they didn't stay in Illinois. They went on vacation to Florida. We got a postcard from him while he was there and this is what he wrote while lounging by the pool:
Nitrocat & Kittens,
I'm having lots of fun!! I've tasted real Florida orange juice, went swimming and found the "Sand Key Park" and "Save our Sea Turtles" LBs.

Questar and her family were wonderful hosts and when I saw her at the Letterboxing Wedding event in Chicago, she gave me a wonderful surprise for my "Kittens" from Teasel--a Florida coloring book, little bag of authentic Florida sand and tiny seashells, and another postcard with a collage of pictures of Teasel on vacation. He met several other buddies and had lots of fun while he was with them.

After returning from Florida, Teasel headed to visit Kelsey's Kreations in New York. Over the holidays, things got a little crazy around here and I'm afraid I wasn't very good at keeping track of what he was doing. Since I know he is in good hands, I tend not to worry too much. Maybe I can fill in the gap sometime later.
He is currently in South Carolina with Threespoiledboxers. They took him on a trip to Chattanooga, TN. See what I mean by going to more places than me? I did get a picture from him while he was in Chat. They went to find a box near a special bridge and it had something to do with nuts. Sorry, a little fuzzy on the details. Maybe it was Walking on Walnuts?

His visit in Traveler's Rest is almost over and he will be heading to Idhunna's house in Indiana. I can't wait to see his logbook when he comes home! Maybe I should pack myself up into a little box with my stamp and logbook, and mail myself somewhere warm and with a high concentration of letterboxes. I might actually get to do some boxing then! Anybody want to volunteer to be my first host?


  1. Glad to hear about Teasel's Travels. It seems like so long ago since he was here. Peanut Girl is a year old and running all over the place. Give Teasel our best!

    -HG and Peanut Girl

  2. it is a bit irksome that my buddies have been doing more boxing than i. i guess i need to travel more!


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