Green bits'n'pieces

used by permission
from Guidestuff and Green Machine
Nov.1986 no.81, Green Week Issue



Definition:

What's another name for a shamrock?

A phoney stone!

(isn't that punny?)

Hike

Go somewhere GREEN

Wear only GREEN clothes

Eat only GREEN food

Collect something GREEN

(idea from Te Rama magazine, New Zealand)

Ice Cubes

Many novelty or card stores carry ice-cube trays with trefoil (or shamrock) shapes. Use them to make green ice-cubes or green chocolates.

Riddle

If a blue house is made of blue bricks, a red house is made of red bricks, and a yellow house is made of yellow bricks, what is a green house made of? 

answer: GLASS!

Stamp

For marking off Challenges and other activities we use a stamper which has
a green trefoil. It cost $5.95 but lasts for years.

Resource

Stock up with great Pathfinder accessories around St. Patricks Day - tablecloths, serviettes, stickers, green trefoil shaped doilies, etc. can all be purchased - try getting them for half price just after March 17th!

Used by permission from Guidestuff and Green Machine, Nov.1986 no.81, Green Week Issue



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