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Gull Lake: Social Distancing Together Scavenger Hunt

Gull Lake! It’s going to be a beautiful weekend…let’s get outside!

I’ve created an online scavenger hunt. Each task/item has a point value, and you can work alone or with family members/housemates that you are already social distancing with to take photos of the things on the list. The team/individual with the most points at the end of the hunt takes home a personalized prize basket from Country Ty’s that Barb will create for you based on your favourite things.

If there are multiple teams tied for the lead in points, team names will be put in a hat and the drawn name will be the winner.

All ages are welcome to play, and there is no minimum or maximum number of players per team. You can challenge your partner (I already trash-talked Taylor and then realized it’s probably not fair for me to participate…) or work together with your entire family.

The hunt starts today, March 27 at 5pm, and ends March 31 at 5pm. Winner will be contacted and announced on April 1.

If you have an iPhone, you can download the Scavr app and sign up for the hunt using this link: you can sign up now or any time throughout the weekend.

If you have an Android, (Click Here). I will post the list on here today at 5pm and you can use it to guide your photo taking. Then you can email your photos to me at

Join in on the fun and let’s have an active outside weekend. Good luck!

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