School House Rock Series: Grammar Rock #2  LbNA # 29450

Placed DateMar 25 2007
LocationColumbia, MO
Found By JJ&The~FrEaK~
Last Found Jul 9 2011
Hike Distance?

School House Rock Series: Grammar Rock #2 Interjections!

This series is dedicated to one of my favorite childhood memories of getting up every Saturday morning and watching cartoons; however the cartoons I remember most were the ones that took place in between the shows. The ones that are still with me to this day teaching me how a bill becomes a law and the difference between adjectives and adverbs. Every Saturday morning between 1973 and 1985, ABC assembled a brilliant and ever-changing creative team, who crafted educational public service announcements that not only taught children but entertained all who watched them. Squeezed between episodes of Scooby Doo and LaffOlympics and Underoos, they artfully snuck in education. Schoolhouse Rock became a rote means for both children and adults to learn the Preamble of the Constitution or know the function of a conjunction. Today they are all on video and can be rented or purchased for personal viewing pleasure. It’s too bad they no longer air on any of the major networks. Their entertaining and educational message is hard to beat.

This series was design for all both old and young, short and tall so it is very kid friendly and a fairly leisurely outing compared to my usual boxes.

To locate this letterbox you must find the first box in the series since it is the starting location for this box.

Before you begin your hunt I would suggest you go to:
To get into the right frame of mind for hunting.

Starting from Conjunction Junction continue down the trail. After a while you will notice a large V-trunked tree growing to the right of the trail, the left part of the V arches gracefully over the trail. Continue past this and follow the trail as it snakes along the creek. From Bench marker and site #17 go about 40 paces to a seven-trunked hydra like guardian. Go around to the back and reach inside. Among the leaves and sticks under a flat stony lid is what you seek.

Please rehide well so none of the pouch is showing and be very discreet in your LBing. The boxes are located right off the trail and people can sneak up on you if you are not paying close attention. Please drop me a note to let me know how your hunt went.
If the box is missing or damaged please contact me at ahistory (at) centurytel (dot) net or through the LbNA.