Chocolate City Series 3-6  LbNA # 11553

OwnerLeapin' Lizards    
Placed DateOct 10 2004
CountyRacine
LocationBurlington, WI
Boxes4
Found ByTJ_Mich
Last UpdateJun 14 2008

Clues

To find the location of these boxes answer all the questions below. Then fill in the blanks below with the letters in parentheses. This is where the remaining four Chocolate City Series letterboxes are hidden.

What nationality eats the most chocolate per capita? __ (__) __ __ __

This diminutive dictator carried chocolate with him on military campaigns for quick energy. __ __ __ __ __ (__) __ __

Nestle founder’s first name (__) __ __ __ __

Month in which Chocolate Fest is held. (__) __ __

What was the fist chocolate manufacturer in the United States?
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On the fourth visit of Christopher Columbus to the Americas, he came across cocoa beans, which he presented to
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Theobroma Cacao means
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Celebrated on the third Saturday in October.
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The Mayans and the Aztecs used Cocoa beans as? __ (__) __ __ __

Otto J. Scholenleber started the __ __ __ __ (__)__ __ __
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What Massachusetts city was the first in the U.S. to have chocolate introduced to it?
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The chocolate company in Burlington. __ __ __ __ (__)__

Who established the earliest cocoa plantations? __ (__)__ __(__) __

This chocolate bar was created in 1947 by Peter Paul.
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Before founding the company, Nestle was a
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Before 1962 Hershey's Kisses were only wrapped in
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__ __ (__) __ __ __ __ makes the Symphony milk chocolate bar.

In France in 1660, for the first time people outside the royal court enjoy chocolate drinking when Maria Theresa of Austria married
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What country produces the most chocolate?
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There are two parking lots for this park. We will call the southern parking lot # 1 and the northern lot (about a .25 miles away) # 2. It is easy to walk to lot # 2 by backtracking to lot #1 and taking the trail up the stairs. It’s a great walk. Or, you can walk back to your car (not quite as much fun :)) and drive to lot # 2 to do boxes #5 and #6.

#3 and # 4 Chocolate Ice Cream Bar (with Chocolate Chips :))

Start at parking lot #1 and take the trail into the woods. Walk a little bit—look at those stairs! Luckily for you, you don’t have to climb them. Take the path to the left. Walk down the path and stop at the fallen tree blocking your way. You might want to explore the NW end. Then continue walking down the path until you reach the top of the hill. From the top of the hill, proceed about 100 paces. Standing here with a large oak on your right, walk 78 paces. From between these two large trees (one of which is an oak on your left), walk another 78 paces. There should be two large oaks to your right at 115 degrees – doesn’t it look like the one tree is wrapping its “arm” around the other tree? Continue up the hill as it curves slightly to the left. There will be a large fallen tree off to your right with many sprawling branches. Your treat awaits you at the base of this fallen giant.

#5 Chocolate Truffle

Park in parking lot #2 and take the trail into the woods. 77 paces will bring you to two oak trees, on in front of the other. A few paces ahead, take the trail uphill. In just a short distance it will split; veer to the right side of the fork as the path continues uphill. Follow the path along the ridge in an eastwardly direction, and then downhill until a “serpent” on the right slithers near your feet. Go to the rock by it’s tail and search the base of the nearby tree.

#6 Chocolate Chip Cookie

From Chocolate Truffle, Continue down the path. Pass two fallen trees on the left that make a corner-like nook. Continue following the path downhill until it rejoins the main path. Head south on the main path. Cross over the footbridge and take the side path immediately to the left. Follow this new rocky path, step over a fallen tree, then past a large rock resting to the right of the decaying log resting in your path. When you see the fire pit on your left, follow the path to the right uphill and along the ridge for 95 paces. Take the small deer path to the left. Go down this steep hill toward the giant tree that looks like it could use some chocolate to feel better. Search the hollow broken limb that points to the sky.


Have fun!

Leapin' Lizards