A fun way to learn about the Edward Lowe Foundation property, Experience BRV! is available for invited guests to earn badges as they visit our points of interest, activity locations and trails. For non-visitors, you can learn about the property through XP Challenges and exchange your earned XP to discover (virtually) more of the hidden gems about the property.

Use of this app provides the foundation insight on property usage. Anonymous data is transmitted for foundation purposes only. The property is not open to the general public; being onsite and collecting badges is prohibited without an official invitation to be on property. To learn more about the foundation and to inquire about a tour please visit edwardlowe.org

We have incorporated exciting celebrations to commemorate the successful collection of all the gems. Additionally, we have made copy edits to the tutorial, ensuring a more seamless learning experience. Furthermore, we have made minor edits to enhance the Adventure Map.

Ed's thoughts on pondering...

Pondering is not a procedure to be taken lightly. I call it a procedure because it is not a whimsical effort or routine that one indulges in without preparation, considerable thought and planning. The dictionary gives considerable lineage to the word “ponder.” Among the dozens of descriptive words, I picked three that fit my needs to explain my pondering routine: to mull, muse, speculate.

I have speculated about pondering, both before or after a good session, and have decided that it is a time that your mind communicates with you. Most pondering is done in silence. Do not confuse pondering with merely thinking. Don’t confuse worrying with pondering. When you ponder, your mind is used with a more in-depth concentrating procedure.

Pondering spots are many and varied. Most pondering is done alone, seldom in a crowd: Locations like the park, the beach or on a bench in a museum. There may be many folks around, but basically, a ponderer removes himself to seclusion. The atmosphere of location has a bearing on the procedure of pondering.