In Memory of Friends LbNA # 26927
|Owner||Drmweaver / Bookworm|
|Placed Date||Nov 5 2006|
|Last Update||Jun 26 2008|
BOX TWO AND THREE OF TEH SERIES HAVE BEEN REPORTED MISSING . I WILL REPLACE AS SOON AS I CAN.
As I was preparing to plan a letterboxing outing to find the Rest In Peace series #1 I realized that in three of the cemetaries that were named I knew of someone buried within and wanted to honor them.
on route 231 just beyond Pineland Farms(formerly known as just Pineland) is Webber cemetary on the left. Park there on the access road and begin by walking down the road to the stone wall. Turn left at the beginning of the wall. Imagine You are facing North, turn Northwest and walk aproximately 50 feet. there you will find the stone marking the grave of Joan Bourgoin, who the box is in rememberance of. Turn your back to the stone and notice at the edge of the woods are several fallen trees. Walk around to the back side of them and where three lie across one another you will find the box.
The next box is placed at Elmwood cemetary in Pownal. From Pineland farms, take the road by the garden heading to Pownal, turn right onto Elmwood road just beyond the Pownal post office.The road has several twists and turns close together before straightening out. You will find the cemetary on the right across from the elementary school take the first entrance into the cemetary. In the middle about 3/4 of the way back is a headstone flanked by two trees. Look in the one on the right of the stone as you are looking at it. The gravesite of the person remembered is across the "road" on the right and up a few rows. Her name is Susan Crowell. She is buried with her dad.
A Rose for Rose-
To find the third box travel to Freeport. From Main street downtown take Bow street which goes past the Mast Landing school and turns into Flying Point Road. Where the road bends to the right stay straight, you are now on Pleasant Hill road. About 1.2 miles up on the left side find an access road marked Grove cemetary. Drive in and park. Head to the right back corner of the cemetary. The grave is marked Clark/Beaulieu beside the stone is a shrub look inside for the box.