Montana Symbols - Meadowlark LbNA # 17266 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Apr 4 2007|
|Location||Big Timber, MT|
|Found By||h squared (Attempted) |
|Last Update||Dec 14 2012 |
This box is part of my Montana state symbols interstate series. The Meadowlark is the state bird of Montana & you'll see it everywhere there are grasslands.
The box is hidden in the east bound rest area near Greycliff - about milepost 379. You might like to visit the nearby Greycliff Prairie Dog town too.
I've replaced this box and rehidden it in a hopefully less obvious spot. Please take care retrieving it - perhaps take it to the table just above - and replacing it. Tie it back in the tree and scatter pine needles over it please. Since I've replaced this stamp twice already I probably won't if it goes missing yet again.
New clue: Standing on the east (women's) side of the restroom building, look for the uncovered picnic table furthest from the parking lot. When you reach this table go down into the gully behind and there will be a triple trunked P pine. To the east of the pine is a juniper. Look at about eye level in the juniper for a camoflauged container.
This rest area is being renovated and very likely the box is gone. I will check on it once the rest area reopens.