This Old Man LbNA # 25827 (ARCHIVED)
|Placed Date||Sep 4 2006|
|Found By||Wee Walkers|
|Last Found||Nov 22 2009|
This Old Man was rolling home to find his wife. He played 6 to get there. His 01d W0m@n is located in an ∑Š†ù@®Ÿ, near a C®∑∑k. Drive on back to the place where one of the plagues of Moses lines the entranceway to the center. This Old Man got lost on the w@1per tr@i1. After you find This Old Man, carry him to the bottom of the tr@i1 to sign in and put him back on the way back up. Tr@i1 goes to the end, has a beautiful place to look around and comes back up the same tr@i1.
To find him begin at the sign which has the FULL name of w@1per. From there take about 166 steps (I am height impaired, remember that). You will turn a bend and begin downhill. You will cross over a metal stile just before you see an upside down broom on your left. Behind the broom tree is another large tree, go behind and to the right of the big tree so you are also behind the broom. This Old Man is hiding there next to the big tree. Please use extreme secrecy on the tr@i1, and as it is a fragile environment, try not to step on any plants when recovering the box. Be sure to secure the top carefully and re-hide well and in the same place. If you have kids along, inform them of the need for discretionary behavior and, that if they use their indoor voices, they may be rewarded with many animal visits. Proceed to the bottom, enjoy the scenery and log in away from the hiding place. On your return up, find the broom and re-hide the box. If you have time, enjoy the second longer hike, or go into the 01d W0m@n's house and learn a thing or two.
Bring your own stamp pad, I suggest vermilion!
SORRY TO SAY THIS BOX WAS REPORTED AND CONFIRMED MISSING. TOO BAD AS IS WAS MY FAVORITE CARVE.
WILL WORK ON REPLACEMENT AND NOTIFY WHEN COMPLETED.