Serial Mystery Letterbox LOST  LbNA # 11473 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerGiddy    
Placed DateOct 10 2004
CountyCumberland
LocationPortland, ME
Boxes1
Found By wokah
Last Found Jul 14 2007
StatusFFFFFFFFFFFaam  
Hike Distance?
missing
Last EditedSep 14 2015

Serial Mystery Letterbox

Start at a trailhead on a near-Alpine Summit. A fifteen minute walk takes you through a narrow tract with house lots on both sides, past a fifty or sixty year old car fossil, and across a small power line. The trail reenters the woods as some stairs veer off to another trailhead near a boat named after a mammal. The trail passes some new house construction and things improve steadily. A small stream does nice things to a rock ledge near the first of several bridges. The trail drops and fifteen minutes from the power line/ second trailhead it reaches the river. Follow the river to the right over more bridges. The rapids lie eight more minutes down the path.
From some new peeled-log stairs (just before the rapids) take twenty-five steps back along the trail. A tree with three trunks stands seven steps uphill of the path; your prize lies inside the box. Please rehide well so it can not be seen by those coming up the path. A rocky clearing (a great place to sit high above the river and stamp up) exists just a minute further up the trail. Enjoy!

7/14/2008

MISSING - LOST - KAPUT - GONE - PINING FOR THE FJORDS


THIS IS AN EX-LETTERBOX!!!

The tree has split, and thrown the box into the raging river below. Will our brave carver replace this box? Tune in again to find out...





















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HINT: This park consists of house lots that at one time were given away as prizes in boxes of breakfast cereal.























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HINT: Change one letter of the cereal name and you get acorns.