Monday, May 21, 2012


Welcome to our summer adventure! Citizens of Pima County, only you can help us uncover our Mystery Image, created by noted Tucson fantasy artist Liz Danforth. How? Twice a week, we'll post a quest that ties in with our marvelous Summer Reading program.

Then it's your turn. You may be charged to discover a quirky Tucson landmark, conquer a new skill, or even explore the treasures to be found at your local library. The thing about a quest is that you just never know.

Read each post to discover your quest: what you have to do or discover. Then leave a comment detailing your triumph over the challenge: a small task that will prove you've completed the quest. (To leave your comment, click on the title of the post and scroll to the bottom of the resulting page.) When five people have left their comments, we'll be able to unlock another portion of the Mystery Image.

If you're having a particularly difficult time with a quest, our oracle will be posting helpful hints a day or two after the initial post goes up. Please be sure to comment at the original post.

So polish your sword, lace up your boots, and join us for fun, adventure, and derring-do! Just watch out for the desert orcs. Those guys can get grumpy.

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