Chas and Billi's Lunchbox  LbNA # 17326

Ownerkokopelli      
Placed DateJul 8 2005
CountyMultnomah
LocationTroutdale, OR
Boxes1
Found ByTgator (Attempted)
Last UpdateFeb 15 2010

Clues

Difficulty: Somewhat easy
Kid Friendly: Absolutely! This one’s placed especially for kids of all ages!!
Wheelchair friendly: The path is narrow, uneven, packed dirt with lots of spider webs. Your call!!

ALERT!! THIS AREA WAS DECIMATED BY A WINDSTORM IN 2009, BLOWING OVER TREES AND REEKING HAVOC IN THE FOREST KINGDOM. THOUGH YOU CAN FIND "IMAGINE", FINDING THE LUNCHBOX WILL BE FUTILE. NOT EVEN THE LUNCHBOX PLACER COULD MAKE HEADS OR TAILS OF THE AREA TO FIND THE BOX. WE'LL HAVE TO RECREATE THE BOX AND REHIDE, THOUGH THIS AREA IS NO LONGER THE KINDGOM IT ONCE WAS. SO SORRY.

This letterbox is modeled after “Jay’s Toolbox” placed by Maiden1974 in Troutdale, Oregon. After finding the lunchbox, please feel free to carve and add lunch items that you like for lunch!! There’s plenty of room in the box and we’re hoping it becomes as big a hit as Jay’s Toobox did!!

First and foremost, find the “Imagine” letterbox placed by Maiden1974. This one has become my favorite and the lunchbox starts where “Imagine” leaves off.

Dance around with the fairies on the stage one last time before scoping out the barking giant on your left (southeast, I think). Your journey continues to the left at the fork being ever careful of the long-neck tickling mantis’ that brush your legs, distracting you from your target. Another fork will tempt you left, but resist and go to the right, skipping lightly for 20 skips. To your right, stand two tall towers guarding the path. Slink along the path below the towers, out of sight of the sentries who are looking for intruders to cast their spells on. Don’t let the sea of ivy on the right grab your ankles and drag you into a watery doom. Staying left at the fork you next encounter, turn and face the opposite direction you came. It is necessary for the wizard to think that you are leaving. Take 20 steps backwards and turn around to face a vine-covered wall. There before you, in the wall, hidden under loose bark is lunch!! Be sure to take time to carve your favorite lunch item and add it to the box!!