Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

Get creative while socially distancing


Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy PramikSocial distancing may be our new normal during the coronavirus outbreak, but it doesn’t mean we need to stop having fun.

Folks in our Clintonville neighborhood have turned Walhalla Ravine, a road that meanders from Indianola Avenue to High Street, into a neat seek-and-find trail.

What’s being found? Dozens of small playthings that the local residents have hidden. You might find a small Batman hidden in the hollow of a fallen tree limb. Or a tiny owl peeking out from a stump. Or a smiling resin squirrel at the base of a tree.

It’s sort of a cross between geocaching and a scavenger hunt. It makes a great location for a walk even greater, and for us, reaffirmed our faith in our fellow neighbors in this anxious time. Plus, it’s a great diversion from being cooped up with our kids while we work at home.

Here are a few photos of the Walhalla Ravine miniatures. Does your neighborhood have any similar adventures?

Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

Seek and find on Walhalla by Wendy Pramik

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