Baby Duckling LbNA # 12757
|Placed Date||Dec 21 2004|
|Found By||E-party of 6|
|Last Found||Aug 11 2012|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
Placed by A-Bear.
Level of difficulty: Easy, short wander through a picnic area.
Directions: From I84, take exit 211 or 216 and travel north following signs to the Lake Walcott State Park/Minidoka Wildlife Refuge. It's about 16 miles from I84. Enter the park and pay your fee at the gate. Follow signs to the Day Use area (take the first right after entering the park). After passing the power plant on your right, look for a small brown sign that reads "Scout Area" on your right. Immediately after that sign, park in the parking lot on the right with the lone power tower.
Clues: I love being here with all the other birds and wildlife. Of course it was cold when I first arrived so I tried to find somewhere I could snuggle up. I really admired all the kids playing frisbee golf so I followed them to station #14. There I found a gigantic tree and stood on the southwest side. I then hopped 4 steps along the wall in a southwesterly direction. About half way up that wall under the north end of a long flat rock I slide in a crack and was covered by a triangular looking rock. Please rehide me well with that rock and leaves so I won't be discovered by those not needing to find me.
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