Busy Reader Bee LbNA # 23315
|Placed Date||Jun 28 2006|
|Found By||CountryStrong (Attempted)|
|Last Update||Sep 9 2013|
**back in place 5/22/09***
My little Bees are kept very busy here, buzzing between all the books in the library and all the beautiful flowers on the trail below. Once at the letterbox, bee sure to poke your head around to look upstream at the dam. This box is kid and pet friendly; however, the current in the water is pretty fast so definitely keep a close eye on children and pets.
Clues: Make your way to Ellsworth Public Library. Park in the lower library parking lot or at water's edge. At the water's edge, you will see a brown wooden fence entry way. Follow this path straight, past a bench on your left. When you come to a stone slab bench on your right, you will see it is flanked by twin trunk trees. Facing the bench, go to the twin trunk tree on your right. Search the right side of the"V" pocket on this tree for the Busy Reader Bee micro-letterbox, covered in bark and rocks.
**Remember- a microbox is contained in a small, 35mm film canister, black and grey.