Top Ten Thursday - November Photo Scavenger Hunt



Welcome to Top Ten Thursday!


It's been a while... Today let's do another Photo Scavenger Hunt. Here are the ten items to take pictures of:
  1. Rubber duckie
  2. Guitar
  3. Deck chairs
  4. Apple
  5. Stick figure family car sticker
  6. Fire hydrant
  7. Ice cream
  8. 13
  9. Pizza
  10. Taxi
We came across this supersized rubber duck in a toy store in Winchester, Virginia. 




Speaking of oversized... this guitar can be seen at the Hard Rock Café Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City.




Deck chairs just across the street from KeyBank Center - the Sabre's arena in Buffalo, NY.


Forget NYC being the big apple - THIS is supposedly the world's largest apple in cute little Winchester, VA


Gotta love this stick figure Mom carrying her shopping bags - for her sake I hope they don't contain groceries!


I liked this patriotic fire hydrant in Baltimore's little Italy.


Halloween themed ice cream - It was eighter in Atlantic City or at Boston's Quincy Market, but I can't be sure.


Nico Hischier is a 19 year old Swiss ice hockey forward playing for the New Jersey Devils. The local fans told us they're happy to have him on the team! his jersey number 13 seems to be a lucky one!


My coworker told me I should get some New York Pizza and compare it to Chicago deep dish pizza. Even though Chicago is overall my favorite city, my pizza award definitely goes to NYC! I had this particular one at Patsy's.


You can't visit New York City and not take (a picture of) a yellow cab! For transportation, however, we relied on the tube and the ferry. The metrocard is a very convenient way to ride public transportation.


I hope you enjoyed this travel themed Photo Scavenger Hunt. Will you link up your own?
If not this time, why don't you participate on November 15: Only one week till Thanksgiving. Time to list the top ten things you're grateful for! Sing up here.

 Photo by Patrick Fore on Unsplash


For those of us who do Elf on the Shelf (even if you don't!) the season kicks off November 22nd. List 10 reasons why you (don't) love this tradition or 10 creative hiding spots for the Elf. Sign up here.