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Lost Love  LbNA # 12239 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateSep 9 2004
CountyAlameda
LocationYosemite, CA
Boxes1
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Last Found
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This is the last letterbox I placed with my one true love.

We were married at this beautiful spot and it was a real storybook wedding.
Truely natures grand cathedral next to a sparkling lake, while the wind stired the leaves in the trees, we drank the wine we broke the glass, we pleged our love as man and wife and sould mates forever and a day in front of all the people we had ever loved, then we rode off in a horse drawn carriage, to enjoy a great feast, celebration and dance at the rustic lodge.
We placed this box on our fourth wedding aniversary one month before she ran away from our covenant as man and wife.
Be careful the world now treats marriage, love, and commitment like a hair style easily changed on a whim for a high price. Many worldly predators like stress, money, and false friends will seduce your love if you don't keep it safe and build it on the solid rock that is our God. Know each other and love each other listen and be gentle.
May God bless you and keep you.

May the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, guard your hearts and your minds in Chirst Jesus. Philippians 4:7

Haka Maka

Clues:
Driving to Yosemite National Park on Hwy 120.
One mile before the West gate there is Evergreen Road on the Left.
Take Evergreen road to the Evergreen Lodge about six miles be careful on this beautiful curvey road the locals drive it like nascar.
Stop at the Evergreen Lodge this is a fantastic rustic resort that has grown 300% since our Wedding day in 2000, nice people, lodging, food, and bar.
From the front of the lodge cross the street and go down the "bear trail" you will not take any side trails, the trail about a quarter mile it t's into a grassy area and you will go left a short distance and you will take the small bridge across the lake to the field.
Look for the two Aspen trees with many names standing side by side in love.
You will see a Gazebo close by and somewhere under it's stair you will find my lost love.
This meadow is used for the Sunday morning Gosple revival during the Strawberry Music festival every spring and fall. It is a great spot for meditation, a swim, a nap, or a picnic.
Say a prayer and remember Jesus words at the last supper,
This is my last commandment to you
Love one another as you love yourselves.

Enjoy and
May god bless you.
One love
Haka Maka