TRIQUETRA LbNA # 24657
|Placed Date||Aug 18 2006|
The Triquetra is a tripartate symbol composed of three interlocked vesica pisces, marking the intersection of three circles. It is commonly used as a symbol of the Holy Trinity, dating back to the Celtic Christian Church. Sometimes the symbol would be three interlaced fish.
To find this letterbox, enter Henderson Falls Park, in Toccoa, Georgia. Drive past the tennis courts and park. Take the paved entrance and go past the 20' falls on your left. Down the hill you will see three bridges. Look for the covered bridge and cross over the creek. Once on the other side of the covered bridge there will be a small pad of cement. From the end of this pad, go west approximately 28 steps. You should now be standing on a gravel road. Go south about 20 steps and you should see a Silver Maple tree on your right. This tree has two main trunks growing out of one base. The box is behind this tree under leaves and rocks.
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