Here’s a Lake Oswego scavenger hunt to the rescue. We live in a beautiful town with lots to explore, so here is a list for you and your family to tackle. You can approach it in one of two ways:
- Make teams. Set out in separate cars in search of these items and then validate your sighting with a picture you take on your phone.
- Joint project. Pile everyone into one car and head out on your adventure. You can still confirm your sightings for posterity’s sake with a photo.
As for scoring, each item is scored separately. Unless indicated, you can score additional points each time you sight the item in another setting. For example, if you see someone walking a dog on B Avenue and then on Kelok, you can score 1 point two times, as long as you document it so everyone can be sure you saw two separate dog walkers. If on teams, you can add a time element so that strategical decisions need to be made as to which items to track down first.
It’s up to you to make it as competitive or just plain fun as you wish. Enjoy spending time with your family and exploring Lake Oswego!
|Item to Find||Location||Possible Points||Your Total|
|License plate from another state||3|
|A red door||3 only once|
|Graduation yard sign||2 only once|
|Chalk art on sidewalk or street||3|
|Elephant sculpture||5 only once|
|Someone eating an ice cream cone||3 only once|
|Sidewalk poetry||3 only once|
|Someone walking a dog||1|
|Street name sign starting with letter “W”||1|
|Window box with flowers||3|
|Black Lives Matter sign||5|
|Hasson Company For Sale Sign||3 points, 10 if it says Kevin Costello|
|Duck||3 only once|
|Someone wearing a colorful mask||3|
|Lakeridge car sticker||3|
|Lake Oswego High School car sticker||3|
|Teddy bear in a house’s window||3|
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