Big Canoe Singles trek on a Safari Photo Scavenger Hunt

Don’t worry, scavenger hunters won’t have to shoot an up close and personal photo of a bear.

Remember when you were a kid and somebody’s creative mom organized a scavenger hunt in the ‘hood to drum away the summer doldrums? Teams of kids rang scores of doorbells begging for yesterday’s paper, strands of curly macaroni, or an old ratty paintbrush to win a big prize if they collected the most items in record time.

Don’t worry, scavenger hunters won’t have to shoot an up close and personal photo of a bear.

The Singles’ Supper Club is revisiting the adventures of yesteryear with a Safari Photo Scavenger Hunt on Sunday, August 20 at 4:30 p.m. at Canoe Lodge. Instead of collecting a bag of stuff, teams will take cell phone photos of items, activities, or sites around Big Canoe. Teams will be randomly plopped into cars, known for the day as Jungle Jeeps.
Scavenger stuff might be oddly difficult to find, like the youngest person on the team photographed climbing a tree. To test teams’ little grey cells, some scavenger items will be hidden in clues.
After the hunt, supper will be served, complete with powerful Jungle Juice offered by a four-foot giraffe. The cost for the wild African adventure is just $10 for snacks, chow, and drinks. Nobody has to lug any food or drink to this Safari afternoon, just wad ten bucks in your pocket and be ready to bag big game.
While the singles’ group is primarily a chick club, single guys are invited to play on this Safari afternoon.
If you’re not on our club roster, are single, and want to meet other non-connected folks in Big Canoe, contact Alice Eachus at aliceeachus@gmail.com or send her a drum call at (706) 579-2531.
Come on an adventure with us to darkest Africa!