When I first signed up to do this scavenger hunt, I had no idea what I was in for or how boring or fun it would be. Unlike most scavenger hunts, this one made you use your brain but it wasn’t too hard that made you want to give up in the end. The level of difficulty was just right for teens at this age and it was interesting to find out what each clue led up to.
I decided to run this event as sort of a get together before school during the summer with my friends thinking that it would be a good way to bond after not seeing each other for several weeks already. Though it was pretty hard to set up so everything was right, in the end it was all worth it. Seeing all of my classmates enjoy themselves and have fun was assuring that all the hard work and effort put into it had paid off. Also the graphics and accessories really made it come alive; with everyone dressed like pirates and my backyard being set up, it really seemed as though we were on a voyage together looking for treasure.
My parents were fully supportive of me doing this because like me, they also thought this would be a fun summer activity to do with friends. They truly helped me a lot with setting up and planning how the scavenger hunt would work out.
This experience has shown me that you don’t necessarily need to go shopping or go to the movies to have fun like a lot of teenagers do today, as long as you have a fun activity and your friends with you, you can still have a blast! I would like to thank the Masters of the Hunt for providing me with this opportunity and encourage each and every one of you to try this because you never know what you will find!