Hey, guys! Congratulations to everyone who completed the Hacked quiz! It wasn’t easy, I know, but that’s the fun of it, yeah? Remember, you can always find the answers to the quizzes in the books, on my blog, and on the back of the postcards I can email to you if you ask.
Next week’s quiz will be from Episode One: Celebrity. If you’d like me to send you the postcard for that one, just let me know!*
Meanwhile, the winners from last week have been notified (or are being notified) by email. Some of you asked me not to list your names online because of the ages of our players, and I completely understand! My mom and dad don’t like me to put a lot of my personal info online, either, so believe me, I get it. You wouldn’t believe the trouble I got into when my friend Nikos posted a picture of me with him on his facebook account! (Episode Two: Paparazzi)
Have a great day, and thanks again for playing!
*for a postcard, send me a note at cassidy AT lightscameracassidy DOT com
One of the really cool things about our visit to Costa Rica is that we got to go see cloud forests and rain forests in the same trip! Okay, so I didn’t know about cloud forests until I got here…
A cloud forest is like a rain forest, except it’s maybe a little cooler, and there’s a foggy mist all around the trees that filters out a log of the sunlight. The effect is kind of eerie, but beautiful in its own way, especially with the kinds of plants that grow in that upper layer. Get this – these plants don’t even need soil; they just grow right in the trees – mosses, orchids, ferns, bromeliads. This is what it looked like when we went on the “skywalk” in the Santa Elena cloud forest, way up high in the canopy – like a bridge that disappeared into the clouds on both ends.
Our camera guy Daniel is completely terrified of heights, but he went with us anyway. He had nothing to worry about, though. The safety regulations on the bridges are really strict, so we were completely safe. Can’t say the same for the rain forest we hiked through later, though. Daniel was happy our feet were firmly on the ground, but my tutor Victoria got bit by a spider right inside her boot. And because she’s allergic, her foot swelled up like a balloon, she ended up in the hospital.(She’s going to be OK). But check out this little guy we saw climbing on a leaf! (Victoria would forgive me for being excited in spite of her injury. She’s first and always a teacher and is happy when I check out the biodiversity, I promise.)
Congratulations to this week’s winners!
I’m sending you each an email, so watch for it!
Julie Weathers Krystalyn
Alicia Marie Emily Morris Roxie Walton Emily Jackson Monica Park Megan P Sierra S Patricia Austin Delaney Calem hd
Thanks to everyone who played. If you didn’t win this time, keep checking back and playing! There are lots of prizes up for grabs. And remember, you can complete a live puzzle or quiz at any time, and your name will be entered in both the weekly drawing and the grand prize drawing in August.
Hint: You can find quiz clues and hints on my blog… like in the post below, for instance… and on the back of the postcards. Don’t have a postcard? Just ask me*! I’ll send you some!
*send me a note at cassidy AT lightscameracassidy DOT com.
Costa Rica is unbelievably gorgeous. We’re staying at a farm right by a cloud forest, which would be great if only the Internet worked! I’m having to update my blog at an Internet cafe in–get this–an old school bus. I am not kidding.
Yesterday we went hiking in the forests at the base of the Arenal Volcano (I can see it from my window!) and our new producer was completely freaked out by the howler monkeys. I shouldn’t laugh, but it was really funny. I mean, look at this guy. Does he look scary to you? (Or she… I can’t tell…)
photo courtesy of costaricaphotos.com
Hi! Welcome to my little corner of the internet. Thanks for stopping in.
Here’s a postcard from our latest adventure in Costa Rica:
Quick tip – just ask* and I’ll send the back side of the postcard to you. It might come in handy in case you’re ever, say, playing an online game and looking for a clue to help fill in a quiz. Or something. Just as a random example…
Come on back to visit as often as you like. I’ll have more postcards to send you, and hints to help you play the games.
* Send me an email here: Cassidy AT lightscameracassidy DOT com