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Field of Horses  LbNA # 26409 (ARCHIVED)

OwnerAdoptable    
Placed DateOct 15 2006
CountyWindham
LocationScotland, CT
Boxes3
Found By Traveln Turtle
Last Found Oct 8 2015
StatusFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFFF  
Hike Distance?
Last EditedOct 8 2015

These letter boxes or in the Rock Springs Wildlife Refuge in Scotland.

Directions: On RT 97 (Pudding Hill RD.) in Scotland it will be the same starting point as the Rock Springs Wildlife Refuge Letterboxes and the In Search of the Black Dog of Bungay Letterbox. If you are on 97 heading south it will be on the left side of the road it will be just a small parking area with a small sign stating Rock Springs Wildlife Refuge. On 97 heading North it will be on the right a little ways down the road from the James V. Spignesi Wildlife Management Area.
Pull in and park.


Enter the trail and you will come to a bulletin board as soon as you go past it continue straight on the white blazed trail.

Walk until you come to the first stone wall that crosses the path, the path crosses the wall at a gap. Before crossing the wall look to your right in the hollow of a tree near the big rock, there you will find the The Rocky Mountain Horse.

Follow the trail again, until you come to a four way intersection; take 25 paces straight then look to your left and take 5 more steps, turn to the tree with pealed bark and look behind the rocks to find letter box 2, the Pintabian.

Now keep going on the path until you spot a tree with 4 trunks. Look inside to find the Quarter Horse.

This is the last box in this series.