More Than Corn and Morning Glory LbNA # 10077 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Aug 14 2004|
|Planted By||Racing Family|
|Last Found||Sep 30 2006|
These micro letterboxes are hidden in Fort Harrison State Park located on the East side of Indianapolis. They are covered in cameoflage duct tape so they may be harder to spot.
Park in the Lawrence Creek Trailhead parking lot and begin your search across the street at the Lawrence Creek Trailhead. Follow the trail for awhile until you reach the point where it veers sharply to the left. Just before that point you will find a tree on the left side with three small holes near the bottom of the trunk. From that tree take 10 paces 260º across the trail to a double-trunked tree with one half of the tree living, the other a stump. Behind this tree, under a rock you will find the More Than Corn Letterbox.
Continue on trail toward the fork. When you come to the Lawrence Creek Trailhead sign, take 17 paces back toward the parking lot, passed the overhead vine. To your right about 10 paces, you will see a spooky-looking tree that appears different from the rest. Near the base of this tree, you will find the Morning Glory Letterbox.
This is our first try at this, feel free to offer advice. Thanks.
************Alive and well 2/26/2005.... I will probably have to replace the logbook. I will try to do this soon.********