Oh, Dear! 2  LbNA # 12132

OwnerTreasure Finders    
Placed DateNov 12 2004
CountyArapahoe
LocationLittleton, CO
Boxes1
Found ByTreasure Finders
Last UpdateFeb 7 2013

Clues

Oh, Dear!" (same box/stamp as before, just a new location)


Clues:

Walking Distance: Approx .5 miles - round trip
Incline: Very minor to none
Kid Friendly: YES!
Dog Friendly: YES! Please make sure to clean up after your pet.

Getting There:
From C-470 westbound, take the exit that comes after Santa Fe and before Platte Canyon. This road is not marked. It is approximately 1 mile after the Santa Fe exit. You will have your own turn lane. Once you make the turn in, you will continue that turn to almost make a U-turn. You will follow this dirt road (you will be following C-470) to the parking lot. There are 2 lots. This place is VERY crowded on weekends, and parking is very limited.

While at this park, you may want to check out T-I-Double Guh-Er (these boxes are within seconds of each other) and Fido

5/05: THIS BOX IS IN NEED OF A NEW BAGGIE AND SOME DRYING OUT I HAVE BEEN UNABLE TO ATTEND TO IT, SO ANY TLC YOU CAN PROVIDE WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED.

Finding the Box:
Follow the directions to get to T-I-Double-Guh-Er. As you cross the bridge you will see a path on the other side of the sidewalk. Near the beginning of it is a sign that your dog must be leashed. Go that way. Walk to the first tree on your left (after the leash sign). Head off the path and take 7 paces (you will want to be on the back side of the tree - the one farthest from the sidewalk). This will put you right between 2 other trees. Another 4 paces forward and you will be at a tree that has a broken tree laying in front of it. The tree laying down is long - the tip if it reaches almost all the way back to the trail! At the base of these two trees is where you will find this box.

Please email me with the status of this box. debbi821@yahoo.com