Rogers Pass  LbNA # 15446

Ownerchickenman      
Placed DateMay 27 2005
CountyLewis and Clark
LocationLincoln, MT
Boxes1
Found ByJudy
Last UpdateJun 10 2007

The coldest official tempeture ever recorded in the contintal U.S. occured at a mining camp near here Jan. 20,1954. The tempeture was -70 degrees.

FROM THE INFO SIGN
YOU KNOW WHERE TO START
FROM THE BACK OF THIS
MARK A LINE OF 230 DEGREES
THIS IS THE EASIEST PART

TO A LITTLE PINE TREE
44 PACES OR SO
DOWN THE HILL
TO THE NEXT MARK
YOU WILL BE

NOW SIGHT TO 300 DEGREES
THE CLOCK YOU'LL BE BEATING
TO A SMALL LITTLE CREEK
FOR THE NEXT COMPASS READING

SEE THE KNARLY OLD PINE
IN FRONT OF YOU?
LOOK AT A LINE OF 270 DEGREE
STRAIGHT UP THE HILL
55 PACES OR SO
A SHEER FORCE OF WILL

LOOK FOR A JUNIPER
CLOSE TO THE GROUND
STICKY AND PRICKLY
WITH BERRIES ALL AROUND

ABOVE THE BUSH
A TREE LIMB WILL BE
FOLLOW THE BRANCH
TO THE BASE OF THE TREE

DIG INTO THE SHAVINGS
OF PINE CONE AND BARK
FIND THE LETTERBOX
BEFORE IT GETS DARK