I got this wonderful idea from Beryl Young.  She posted a holiday scavenger hunt to be done through the camera lens.  The challenge?  Find 31 different items and using your camera capture the item.  Shortly after receiving the list I began checking items off my list.  The biggest challenge she thought would be to find figgy pudding.  Fortunately, Raun and I attended a Medieval Feast and I had the photo taken care of.  After looking at the list I think there will be other challenges ahead.  In honor of Christmas and the holiday season I want to share the videos and photos I have so far.  Merry Christmas to you all!  I hope you have a wonderful and blessed holiday filled with laughter, joy, and love.
Here is what I am still looking for
an adult sitting on Santa’s lap, a real snowman, a Christmas stocking hung over a fireplace, a couple kissing under the mistletoe, someone helping a stranger or donating to charity, someone stringing popcorn, a toy shop, someone with a shaving cream Santa beard, a pet dressed for the season
This is what I have found so far
a wreath with a big bow, Rudolph, an ornament, a snowflake, an angel, a gingerbread house, figgy pudding, nativity, North Pole, coal, Christmas lights on a business building, a candle, chocolate santa, sleigh bell, electric train, a Christmas tree that is not my own, a star, a holly leaf, a wrapped gift, a group of carolers (see video), a partridge in a pear tree or any of the 12 days of Christmas (see other video)
 
A Group of Carolers.  The best I could find-we saw them while in Stockholm, WI)

 

A partridge in a pear tree (or any of the 12 days of Christmas).  Here is a video of the song being sung and someone acting it out that we took while at the Medieval Feast.

 

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