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1. Letterboxing is an intriguing pastime combining artistic ability with delightful treasure-hunts in beautiful, scenic places, and Atlas Quest is your passport to this intriguing hobby.

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2. Letterboxing.Info, by Silent Doug -- A site devoted to Letterboxing, a great outdoors activity the whole family can enjoy

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3. Letterboxing combines elements of a scavenger hunt, hiking, orienteering, map reading, puzzle solving and creative expression in a unique activity that's growing in popularity

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4. Letterboxing is a fun outdoor activity that involves solving puzzles and the creation of art

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5. Letterboxing is intended to be an environmentally friendly activity, with no destruction of nature involved in the hiding or discovery of letterboxes

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6. Letterboxing was saved as an activity, but stayed mostly in Britain at that point, until the Smithsonian magazine published a 1998 article about the hobby

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7. Shortly afterward, LbNA, or Letterboxing North America was created

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8. Letterboxing is a popular hobby that can be traced back 150 years to Dartmoor, England

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9. Learn about Letterboxing and find out how Letterboxing relates to geocaching.

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10. Letterboxing involves a plastic container hidden in some specific location out in nature, along with a set of clues as to how to find that container

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11. With its roots in Dartmoor in England, Letterboxing involves a waterproof box hidden in a scenic location and containing a rubber stamp and notebook; a person uses a series of clues (some are more cryptic than others) and possibly a compass and map to search for a box

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12. Letterboxing is an outdoor hobby that combines elements of orienteering, art, and puzzle solving

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13. Letterboxing North America Offering information, instructions, and the clues for many boxes hidden across the United States, this site probably is the best place for would-be letterboxers to begin

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14. Letterboxing Central Learn the basics of Letterboxing and find additional resources about it.

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15. Letterboxing is fun and exciting

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16. In Letterboxing, you visit interesting locations and collect unique stamps to mark your visit

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17. Letterboxing in Florida State Parks

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18. Letterboxing combines navigational skills and rubber stamp artistry in a treasure-hunt style game

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19. Letterboxing North America is a clue hosting service for letterboxers

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20. Visit us at www.Letterboxing.org.

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21. Letterboxing is a form of treasure hunting that rewards the hunter with unique stamped images as a memento of each find

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22. Letterboxing started in the United States around 1998 after Smithsonian Magazine wrote about the letterboxes in Dartmoor England

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23. Letterboxing is a great way to get outdoors and explore new places.

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24. Letterboxing is a form of treasure hunting If your family likes exploring treasure hunting and creative expression, then they're going to love Letterboxing

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25. Letterboxing is a form of treasure

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26. We are Letterboxing partners Bunny (a veteran) and Fox (a newbie)

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27. Letterboxing is an international treasure-hunt style outdoor activity where the goal is to collect stamps in a personal logbook and leave your own stamp-signature at each letterbox you uncover.

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28. Letterboxing combines artistic ability with “treasure-hunting” in parks and forests that the whole family can enjoy

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29. Letterboxing has grown slowly over the past 166 years into an intercontinental hobby with thousands and thousands of boxes placed throughout the world

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30. The hobby first gained attention in the United States when a 1998 article in Smithsonian Magazine featured Letterboxing in England.

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31. Letterboxing’s origin dates to the 19th century, but didn’t catch on in the U.S

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32. Letterboxing is a form of treasure hunting that began in England in the 1800s

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33. In this video I discuss Letterboxing

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34. Letterboxing is much like geocaching, but involves notebooks and hand carved rubber stamps

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35. Letterboxing combines artistic ability with treasure-hunting in parks, forests, and cities around the world

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36. Letterboxing is a fun activity for individuals and families alike

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37. In short, Letterboxing is a lot like a scavenger or treasure hunt

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38. Letterboxing is an amazing adventure game played by people all over the world

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39. Steps to Get Started with Letterboxing 1 Learn about Letterboxing 2 Find or make your

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40. Letterboxing synonyms, Letterboxing pronunciation, Letterboxing translation, English dictionary definition of Letterboxing

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41. Letterboxing is an activity kind of like a creative treasure hunt

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42. Letterboxing is the process of adding black bars to the top and bottom of a movie or video after shrinking the whole image to fit a smaller screen, which otherwise could not accommodate the wide resolution of the film

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43. Letterboxing definition: a method of formatting film that enables all of a wide-screen film to be transmitted on a Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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44. This design element is called Letterboxing because it restricts the user interface to a certain width similar to the shape of a classical letterbox

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45. SAP Fiori also offers Letterboxing

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46. Today, we can easily adjust content to different screen sizes by using responsive layouts and controls, so Letterboxing is an optional feature.

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47. Letterboxing Planner Monthly -2021-: 12-Month Planner & Calendar with holiday Size: 8.5" x 11" monthly calendar with notes

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48. Letterboxing je původně anglická outdoorová hra, do jisté míry podobná geocachingu, kombinující prvky turistiky, orientace v terénu a hledání pokladu.Rozšířená je zejména v Británii a USA, ale od přelomu tisíciletí se začala prosazovat i ve zbytku světa.Cílem hry je hledání malých, v terénu ukrytých vodotěsných schránek, tzv

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49. ‎Clue Tracker is the ultimate Letterboxing app

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50. Letterboxing Resources • Tacoma Nature Center offers Letterboxing tips, resources, workshops and links to local letterboxes

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51. • Atlas Quest is the world’s biggest Letterboxing website, with a helpful set of icons (pet-friendly, bike-friendly, urban location) to help you find a hunt easily.

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52. Letterboxing Resources for Scouts and Groups

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53. These resources were compiled by experienced letterboxers in order to give scouts and other groups of kids a fun, safe and successful Letterboxing

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54. I had never even heard of Letterboxing until the new Girl Scout Brownie Badge book came out

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55. I was talking my first glance through the book and there it was… Brownie Letterboxing Badge

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56. What was this? I typed Letterboxing in Bing and got {gasp!} over 150,000 results

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57. May 21, 2018 - Explore Karen Mowinski's board "Letterboxing", followed by 172 people on Pinterest

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58. Letterboxing is a scavenger hunt, in which a container is hidden, and clues are used to uncover the letterbox

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59. Promote Letterboxing as a part of the Summer Reading Program Contact youth organizations like scouts, 4H and the recreation department

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60. Advantages: Letterboxing is a free activity, no GPS equipment is necessary The library is communicating with other agencies Letterboxing enthusiasts may find your library because of the activity

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61. Letterboxing is a form of treasure hunting that began in England in the 1800s

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62. May 25, 2014 - Explore kris wright's board "Girl Scouts - Letterboxing", followed by 184 people on Pinterest

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63. Letterboxing is currently available in Firefox Nightly and will be generally available for all users with the release of Firefox 67 in May

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64. Letterboxing has been used for education, teambuilding, and as a way to explore a community's heritage

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65. The Letterboxer's Companion is a complete introduction to Letterboxing

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66. It includes a history of Letterboxing, instructions on making personal stamps and letterboxes, Letterboxing etiquette and conventions, basic land navigation teckniques

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Dictionary

LETTERBOXING [ˈledərˌbäks]

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    What does letterboxing mean?

    Letterboxing is the practice of transferring film shot in a widescreen aspect ratio to standard-width video formats while preserving the film's original aspect ratio. The resulting videographic image has mattes (black bars) above and below it; these mattes are part of each frame of the video signal.

    What is widescreen image letterboxing?

    A 2.35:1 widescreen image letterboxed in a 1.33:1 screen. Letterboxing is the practice of transferring film shot in a widescreen aspect ratio to standard-width video formats while preserving the film's original aspect ratio.

    What is the history of letterboxing?

    The first use of letterbox in consumer video appeared with the RCA Capacitance Electronic Disc (CED) videodisc format. Initially, letterboxing was limited to several key sequences of a film such as opening and closing credits, but was later used for entire films.

    What does the name letterbox mean?

    Letterbox The presence of black bars at the top and bottom of the picture. Usually referring to playing widescreen format pictures on standard definition television. Also refers to the old practice of encoding black bars along with the image on VHS tapes and early DVDs as a poor means of producing a widescreen image.

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