Woapalanee LbNA # 25658
|Placed Date||Sep 16 2006|
|Found By||Urban Hawks (Attempted)|
|Last Update||Aug 24 2012|
Brief walk in park setting, suitable for families with small children! A compass is needed.
In Williamsport, there is a park whose entrance is located at a 6-way intersection (known to the locals as “Confusion Corner”). At this entrance is a landmark which is both significant and sizeable. Pull into the park entrance and park your vehicle near this landmark – you will begin your search in front of its base.
From the informative and inspiring base of this whispering giant, walk 33 paces to the northernmost end of a black and gold fence. 24 paces at 90° will take you to a tree whose trunk splits into 4 about 3 feet off the ground. Proceed 11 paces at 110°; look immediately to your right for a map (mark your headings carefully -- there are multiple trees and maps which could complicate your quest). From this point, take 10 paces at 100° to a lone evergreen. The box is located in the SSW side of the tree, approximately 4 feet up.
***This park is used and enjoyed by many people every day…please use discretion, snap lid tightly and replace securely. Box contains stamp and log; BYO ink and pen. A pace is two steps (left footfall, right footfall = one pace). We appreciate your comments regarding the condition of the box and its contents.***