When They Really Get to Know You, They Will Run LbNA # 16365
|Placed Date||Jul 6 2005|
|Location||Stone Mountain, GA|
|Found By||Scooters Mom|
|Last Found||Dec 9 2012|
Pedro the Lion is a band that we both enjoy. I first heard them when we went to Cornerstone Music Festival is the summer of 2002. They were playing on the main stage. We were sitting on the huge hill as the sun went down and they were playing "God Bless the Indian Summer". I have been a fan ever since.
Pedro the Lion's music is slow and thought prevoking. He does sing about a lot of controversial topics. I recommend checking out his website before finding this box. It is www.pedrothelion.com. That way, you can listen to a few songs and get a better understanding of the music.
The name of the box is a song on one of his albums. The design we chose for the stamp is a design on one of his t-shirts.
Please enjoy and rehide well so that others who visit after you can enjoy the box, too!
This is the second time the box has been planted. Gardening Granny and Paw Paw were the first finders and found it floating in water. The stamp was salvaged and the box was planted in a new spot.
Take the path that starts right in the center of this picture. At the end of the path, turn right. Go to the second pole. Take a bearing of 245 degrees. This will lead you to a tree with many arms. 9 steps from the tree at a bearing of 230 degrees is a faint path leading into the woods. About 20 steps in you'll see some bricks. The box is due west under a rock.