City Street LbNA # 12589 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Dec 6 2004|
|Planted By||Trail Mail Junkie|
|Last Found||May 28 2007|
Hand carved stamp, urban location, kid and pet friendly for strolling, no compass necessary. This is one of our favorite streets in downtown Indy. It has a variety of shops and restaurants and art galleries and of course a Starbucks.
This diagonally running street is in the city's northeast quadrant. It once was the address for the Abbey Coffeeshop and Urban Bloom. Now you can find eateries such as Bazbeau's Pizza, R Bistro and the Scholar's Inn (great drinks and desserts). To find this box you need to locate the longstanding shop for "large people's footwear". Cross the street and find the threshold for a "scottish eatery". Take about 30 paces in an easterly direction and you should find parking meter 369/371 on your left and a tree on your right. At the base of that tree hidden under the branches of a prickly low growing juniper type bush is the camo taped jar with the stamp. Take all the necessary precautions for such an urban locale. Please send word if you find it so I can keep tabs. If you have time, stroll the length of this street and check out all the different little shops and interesting street art. Congratulations to Speedsquare as the First Finder!