Rogers Pass  LbNA # 15446

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

Clues

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