Philosophical Scavenger Hunt

A father created a scavenger hunt for his children to keep them occupied one summer. To make it tougher, he put all the names of the items into riddles and clues. One of his boys was adept at figuring out these clues and had gathered all the items save one. He approached his father and said, “I believe I have everything, but there is one clue of which I’m unsure. Can you tell me, is the answer to the final clue ‘two bees’?”

His father replied, “I cannot say. But I will tell you this, ‘two bees, or not two bees, that is the quest, son.'”

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