The Homeplace LbNA # 12787
|Placed Date||Dec 26 2004|
|Last Found||Aug 15 2010|
|Last Edited||Sep 14 2015|
MICHAEL LEARNED TO BE A MOTHER OF SEVEN -- DEPRESSION PLAYED A ROLE, TOO.
Y'all oughtta take a little walk in here and look 'round the place. Won't take but a minute. Kinda pretty down there, ain't it? On your way back up, see that clump of cedars close by, high on the right? Well, when the coast is clear, follow the line they make away from the trail (might have to do a little bushwhackin' in the summertime). What is that back there? Well, I'll be -- somebody threw this stuff out? Rockefellers, I guess... Well, look on back a bit more and find that old wall. See the big twins up this side of it? Right 'round the back of 'em there's a hole in the wall, covered up with a flat rock. Looks like this is some old boy's huntin' spot too, so make sure that hole's all covered up good when y'all leave, alright? Thanks. And thanks for visitin'.
Oh, by the way, the homeplace is kinda tender in spots, so y'all might want to bring an inkpad to use instead of pens. Color's up to you, but I like black and white, just like at the picture shows. And please do take care to hide the box again real well. My friends, the Weathergleams, will thank you.