Naturally Musical LbNA # 16207
|Owner||Lucy Locket |
|Placed Date||Jul 1 2004|
|Found By||Steph7 (Attempted) |
|Last Update||Apr 5 2014 |
This box is located on the La Nana Creek Trail in historic Nacogdoches, TX. Originally an Indian footpath, this trail weaves through thickets of paw-paw, dogwood and scarlet blooming buckeye. The trail begins at El Camino Real Park (Liberty Hall) located on E. Main St. This Indian foot-path weaves through dogwoods, forests, a city park, and the SFA Arboretum. It is utilized by walkers, joggers, and bicyclists.
NOTE: Alive and well on 7/5/2008
From University Drive-Turn west onto Main Street (Hwy 21). Cross over the LaNana creek Bride and turn right into the El Camino Real Park. The Park and Liberty Hall are less than .1 mile from University Drive. You will see a sign that says El Camino Real Park.
From Business 59-Travel to Main Street (Hwy 21)on Business 59. North Street, South Street, and Main Street intersect at this junction. Turn East onto Main Street. You will go through downtown Nacogdoches. Turn left into the El Camino Real Park. If you cross the La Nana Creek Bridge, you have gone too far.
1. Park by the picnic area. Find the large sign and map of the La Nana Creek Trail. The trail runs to the right side of the sign.
2. Follow the trail. You will come to a nice little sitting area on your left. Continue on this trail.
3. As you are walking, you will see a bench facing a pool of water on your left. Continue on the trail. You will see another bench facing the trail. Continue on the trail.
4. You will cross 2 bridges. After you cross the second bridge, go 24 steps and look to your left. Walk 9 steps to a large tree. Behind that tree, look NW and find a short, thick log, about 4 paces from the tree. The letterbox is behind that log under leaves and sticks.
Please be careful. This is potentially a high traffic area. Please re-cover and e-mail me to let me know the status of this box.