Yes, I'm Canadian, and yes, we have a holiday called Boxing Day, and no, I have no idea what Boxing Day is meant to celebrate.* So it must mean that it is meant to celebrate letterboxing. I will endeavour to update Wikipedia shortly.
In celebration of this underwhelming holiday, I present to you a tidy roundup of some recent blog posts of those I follow... Some may be letterboxing blogs, others, well, not so much ;) Enjoy!
It's never too cold to box, go do some winterboxing: Brush and Barron: A little more chilly cheer.
A Krampus? Yes, finally a Christmas demon in dire need of being carved: Black and White: Gruss vom Krampus.
Favourite winterboxing travelogue (though, minus a few points for lack of snow, plus a few points for noting that I screwed up my last letterbox search): Lone R: Letterboxing, Commuting and Chickadees.
If you can put the $$$ together, Dartmoor winterboxing: whoisthechallenger: When the going gets tough...
Favourite start-to-finish video carving tutorial, with a fantastic, festive result: eraser carving and printmaking: The process of eraser carving.
Hope everyone is having a safe and happy holiday!
*Although, secretly, I think the day is truly meant as a day to celebrate cardboard boxes. Because really, can you imagine a world without them? Just think about the awesome impact of the cardboard box on your life. All great things come out of boxes. And so I wish you a very happy boxing day and may your boxing day be full of numerous and sufficiently square boxes.