Easter LbNA # 22951
|Owner||Rubberband Man |
|Placed Date||Apr 16 2006|
|Found By||Windwolf (Attempted) |
|Last Update||Aug 3 2007 |
This letterbox is aptly called the Easter letterbox. It might take as long as 30 to 45 minutes and is easy to medium difficulty.
This letterbox will be a sort of Easter egg hunt ... without the eggs. I have hidden the clues around a brand new Missoula bridge (under Madison St). If you don’t know about the bridge, ask someone who likes taking strolls along the river; they’ll tell you about it.
Go to this bridge. The clues are “hidden” around the bridge, but you’ll have to figure out how. For this trick, I developed a modified version of the famous Morse code (International Version). You can find copies at the public library, either on-line at Wikipedia’s definition of Morse code or on the shelves. Unless you have it memorized, it would be a good idea to have a copy on hand.
I've gotten a lot of feedback on this one. It is actually quite hard to find the clues, though they are indeed there. Look carefully all over the bridge; get close to what holds it up; you'll find the clues, I promise.
The clues will tell you everything you’ll need to do. At the end, you’ll find a letterbox!