Unusual and Unknown LbNA # 19306
|Owner||Safari Man |
|Placed Date||Nov 17 2005|
|Found By||walkingman |
|Last Update||Sep 12 2012 |
Difficulty: Fairly Easy
Terrain/Distance Hilly/200 yards round trip
Please bring your stamp, a stamp pad, pen and an old rag to wipe off the box/your hands.
Find the Oak Hill Cemetery at the end of Wooster at 8th street. Enter the cemetery and take an immediate left, passing Dinsmoor on the right and then proceeding through the intersection ahead going straight, on the low side of the office, to the next T. Take a right at the T and pass through the next intersection (there is an office sign pointing right at this intersection) and go straight ahead until the next right turn at the sign with the number 14 on it. Head up hill and make a right at the Y in front of the
large stone building. Continue on this narrow road (watch the soft shoulder on the right) until you come to a place where you can pull off the road on the right. Notice the large UNUSUAL granite square stone stuck in the ground on one point. Pull off here and park. Take the wheel chair ramp on the opposite side of the road and follow its direction up the hill to the top. There you will find an Alter whose purpose is UNKNOWN because I could not read the worn writing engraved on the face of the alter. Stand with your back to the engraving and take a heading of ~ (approximate) 270* and go down the hill to the blue spruce. From here take a heading of ~ 170 and go ~ 60 steps to another evergreen of another species that is much narrower in shape. On the far side of this tree is an opening in the branches and greenery. About 6 feet above ground you will find the pouch back in the crack of the branches. Please be discrete when hunting the pouch and also when stamping in and replacing the pouch as you found it. Please make sure the log is double bagged and the baggies closed securely to keep it dry. Thank you and I hope you enjoyed your hunt.