After finding this beauty nestled in at my favorite park, we took lots of long walks in the woods between Fortuna and Garberville. On one of our last hiking adventures, This beautiful butterfly decided that it enjoyed the area and stayed behind.
Mom & I found this butterfly hanging out in a tree on one of the most scenic college campuses 🌲🦋🌲 she was nestled in with a beautiful blue marble and we will have fun deciding where she will fly to next.
This coin was hidden at woodley island marina on a tree hunt found it on a nice sunney day
May 25th this butterfly was found looking over beautiful Clam Beach. She wanted a closer look but did not want to get her wings wet.
On April 14 I found the werrp helping baby Ellie learn to fly in the forest. After Ellie took flight, the werrp came along adventuring with me, until on April 27 she insisted on staying where she saw friends nearby, and a fabulous view! -Tammie
On April 6th, the werrp and mushroom were hidden at the Vietor House Trail behind Humboldt Area Foundation. Tammie found them and will send them on their next adventure--Amy
Today the werrp continued her journey. She's nestled near a creek where she can hear the ocean. She flew to the very top of a hill with a gorgeous view before deciding to rest on a log near the beginning of the path. Note: (Just in case anyone with access to this story would like to hunt her again) While she did spend some time on the Rez, she is not hiding at the pinned location. She is not far away though.
We followed the trail toward Cha-pekw and found the werrp hiding in a log with a beautiful marble. We will keep her safe and sound until she’s ready to fly off on the next leg of her journey.
Today this beauty set out on her new adventure after of course being shown around we went hiking and to the beachs ( where she decided to stay)..im so thankful for our short time spend maybe ill get the chance to see her again in the future..
On this cold and wet morning i followed the sound of the falls to find this beautiful monarch and very cool toad. I felt it was only right to bring them inside to warm them up before releasing her back into nature with a new friend.
Monarchs hold a special place in my heart, growing up on the central coast I had a monarch butterfly tree in my backyard ♥️ I would lie on the ground under the tree and watch the stacks of butterflies upon butterfly appear to make the tree come to life. So when I saw this butterfly coin get set free, I felt it calling me. The monarch took along a slimy friend who has left its mark in my journal and now resides with me. And now we helped this social butterfly move on to its next adventure. It heard the trickle of running water, saw the flowers blooming here and took flight but not before taking with it a new friend. Oh the adventures that await this butterfly! -and who knows where the toad will go?
The Monarch has been set free on the inaugural adventure with a Ginger Livingston Sanders snail for company. Since no one knows the tracking # yet, I can safely say that I tucked the butterfly & snail into a small bush at the Humboldt Bay Social Club. I absolutely love this venue so much! It is the perfect place to start the journey,
This Monarch's mission is to be hidden alongside a marble in any Facebook marble hunting group. The marble will be for the finder to keep and the coin is to be passed along in every subsequent hide along with a new marble or glass related item for the finder to have a treasure to remember the joy of the hunt.
(keep the glass, set the Monarch coin free)
Please log when you find the coin & details of the adventure you have set it free on. Feel free to add surprises & twists & turns to its journey.
Let's watch the butterfly effect of our Monarch coin as it flutters throughout the marble hider/hunter community.
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