Make Up Scavenger Hunt!

Benjamin Butler walked out these doors in January 1884. Thank god.

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Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, the grandmother of Boston, used to own this shop. It’s now a Mexican restaurant.

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We were going to lay down on it, but there was feces and other questionable substances already there 🙁

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Oneida Football Memorial! This one took forever to find. (I’m taking the picture, this one was hard to selfie).

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56570 mines were in the North Sea during World War II!

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We wandered the Commons shouting out Pat Toomey’s name for a solid few minutes before this guy stopped his cart. Turns out, Pat Toomey had the day off, but his best friend was willing to take a picture with us!

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The Pagets began the Swan Boat business a long time ago, but they’re still going strong. The lines were crazy today so we opted out of riding!

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This is the album cover for when we eventually decide to enter the music scene. Homie’s got us covered with his mad Unitarian views.

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We got lost for 20 minutes before we finally figured out it was on the other side of the Common. Turns out being lost can make you look a little like a serial killer (sorry haha my eyes are really bugging in this one :’) )

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Emancipation Proclamation is where it’s at. Lincoln knew what he was talking about. Revolutionary.

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AAAAND we made it to the end!! It was a fun journey!

One thought on “Make Up Scavenger Hunt!”

  1. I love all of the pictures, you guys look like you had a really good time. And you were fortunate enough to have good weather! Overall I would say that you did a really nice job, you went to all of the locations and gave a great general description about your journey throughout the scavenger hunt. I also love how you guys weren’t too serious in all of your pictures, it really adds life to the project.

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