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And your Boon Builder’s team staff members: bow, bye, duh, carleigh, kitty and isa!
This is a monthly article based on various event-related games, including but not limited to:
mazes • wired games • board games • mind games • escape rooms • competitions
Some of these games are designed to test your wit, your patience, and your problem-solving skills, while others are competitive and fun for everyone. On the 1st of every month (unless otherwise), a new game or event will be up for you lucky Booners to participate in to challenge yourselves and win some nifty things!
Everything we make is assisted by the Boon’s Builders Team!
Without further ado … drumroll … our next theme for the month of October is: Seasons!
For the month of November, we wanted to go from Winter, to Spring, To Summer and to Autumn, the four seasons fourlish and change throughout the year. We have made 4 different mazes, each based on the four seasons.
Opening: November 17th
Room: [SQ] Seasons Map (owned by: BoonAdventures)
Winter tends to see people wrap up in thick coats, scarves, hats, and gloves. The air brings a chill with it and many regions experience cold snaps where snow and ice are common!
Animals can change the way they live in order to adapt to their harsher environments. Some may hibernate, store food, or even change the colour of their fur to survive. Human beings, on the other hand, will heat their homes, light the fire, and enjoy some winter holiday celebrations.
Summer is the warmest season of the year. With our increased understanding of global warming and climate change, scientists are noticing that our summers are getting even hotter!
With the warmest weather and the most hours of daylight comes the most abundant plant, vegetation, and flower growth. Gardens look beautiful and colourful, and scents can fill the air. Plants can grow incredibly quickly and homegrown vegetables ripen ready to be picked.
In spring, the bare tree branches come to life again with greenery. Seeds take root, vegetation and plants begin to grow, and spring flowers emerge. Those animals that were hibernating will awaken and rely on some of the food they stored before hibernation to increase their body weight quickly.
Humans can transition from their thicker winter coats to something a little lighter. However, rainfall can still be pronounced throughout spring, and while milder, spring days can still carry quite the chill.
As temperatures cool once more, the trees can begin to change colour, leaves begin to change colors and fall, and animals begin to store their food for the winter. Some animals, such as birds, migrate to warmer climates, so they don’t have to adapt to chiller climates.
More crops tend to ripen, ready to be harvested, while daylight hours begin to slowly decrease once more. Humans tend to traditionally celebrate the harvest with festivals. Americans in particular visit farms, especially pumpkin farms or apple orchards during October for Halloween, and Thanksgiving in November is the culmination of the fall month harvest!