Lord Hill Series  LbNA # 12651

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateDec 12 2004
CountySnohomish
LocationMonroe, WA
Boxes2
Planted ByGreen Guillemot    
Found By Team Booker
Last Found Jan 17 2008
StatusaFFFF  
Hike Distance?
active

CLUES UPDATED AND BOXES ADDED 1/2/05


Lord Hill Regional Park is a great place for hiking, biking, or horseback riding. It can be a bit muddy at times after heavy rains, and there are some gentle hills. You can pick up a single box by walking 2-3 miles, but it's closer to 6 miles if you want to get them all. Be sure to look for the Beaver Letterbox too while you're here - it's well worth your time. Stay out of the closed areas - none of the boxes are hidden there. Leashed dogs are welcomed. A map is extemely helpful, so download one before you go.


Gray Warbler
Take the thin line to the Twins. Just before you emerge at their feet, there's a fat green snake guarding the trail on the right. Carefully look inside his open mouth, while repeating the words "Good Snakey... Nice Snakey."

California Quail
About a hundred thousand millimeters up from the river a gigantic stump nurses a couple of new trees on the east side of the trail. Around back, check the top.


Enjoy this great park and my hand-carved stamps. The birds are wonderful, so bring your binoculars. There was a Blue Grouse sitting on the Main Path when I was out planting. Email me if the boxes need attention or to tell me of your find.


The Green Guillemot