Photos from Denmark, taken by the lovely and talented Camilla Lekebjer.
The campaign to get The Society for Exploratory Research to Liverpool starts today.
Is rainwear mandatory for participation in The Soc. for Expl. Res.?
Am I right in thinking the Danish explorers were following insructions in English? If so, what a great way to learn a language.
Jonny, I should think clothes that protect the wearer from wind and rain is optional but good for any kind of outdoor explorer (at least in these parts of the world). We started out with the Danish instructions but since we’re Swedish, and sadly not particularly good at Danish, we found it easier to go by the English version.
What a dreamy place. This reminds me of being a kid. My best friend Debbie and I created all kinds of secret documents, maps, and devices to explore the farm and woods where she lived in Kentucky. This place looks like it holds the same kind of delight.
This is probably a silly question, but is there an address for The Soc. of Exp. Res? I would love to visit one day if I get to travel Europe. I’d really appreciate a reply too!
Hey, Delores, I suspect the location is top-secret. The only way to get there is through research and … exploration.
We need one in U.S. This is an awesome place and tool for anyone who likes to explore, this is a wonderful creative juicer!
i would love to see the turquoise pamphlet with activities that you made. would you post it here please?
hey! love your web-site, and it inspires me ssooo much! my best friend and i are total naturalist, and love your “finish this book.” we both have joined your society for exploritory research, and have completed our first mission. but it has been at least a month, and havent gotton another, we want to know if we need to do something else, or do we just wait?